08 Jun


Flying with Broken Wings is about the life of Charlotte Jean Murphree. Charlotte was not a famous person, in fact, not too many people knew her, but those that did knew there were many facets to her life. the book tells of fifty-two-years of daily testing of her will to carry on and the misfortune she faced. As a baby and young girl she was made fun of by schoolchildren, her progress was slow but she never gave up the fight to overcome her disabilities. As an adult, she fought Cerebral Palsy, Living with Bipolar, Depression and Schizophrenia disorders. Charlotte lived not only with herself but she endured the “Voices” that lived within her for over thirty years. This book is about her beginning, her middle and the end of her life.

This book was a labor of love, Published in June 2017, now on sale at


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  1. Don MacIver, RPA, Editor, Writer, Poet, Author

    June 10, 2017 at 5:58 am

    My heartfelt best wishes for this publication’s every success Ann. It sounds fascinating, and heart-wrenching.

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  2. Don MacIver, RPA, Editor, Writer, Poet, Author

    June 10, 2017 at 6:07 am

    Reblogged this on Don MacIver; poetry & prose and commented:
    ‘Flying with Broken Wings’ by Ann Johnson-Murphree

    Friends, I would encourage you to read the book description for this new release by Ann Johnson-Murphree, a gifted author whose written works carry the authority of her seasoned years and move the heart and soul to both joy and tears.

    I have followed and read Ann’s written works for several years now and I am struck with a sense of awe each time I so engage.

    Read Ann Johnson-Murphree through her publications and her marvelous blog. Ann adds a whole other dimension to her words. Beautiful.

    Please share this post and reblog! Thank you kindly.

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  3. Elouise

    June 10, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    Ann, I’m so happy to see you have a new book out! I thought you’d vanished from the universe….What a wonderful description of the contents. I’m lining up at Amazon to get a copy! Your writing is one-of-a-kind. You always leave me thinking deeply when it comes to our human existence, frailty and wounds. Congratulations on this latest ‘baby’!

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  4. Lois Roelofs

    July 6, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    Like then topic of your book. And thanks for the followbb

    Liked by 1 person

  5. -Eugenia

    July 22, 2017 at 1:17 am

    Best wishes and good luck with your new book. Thank you for the follow.

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