Karen C. Brown
Karen is a native of Louisiana and a graduate of Grambling State University with a degree in Social Work. She loves to read and is co-founder of Sisters Sippin’ Tea Literary Book Club, Houston Chapter. Her first book, If The Tree Could Talk is now available. Karen has always had a love and joy of reading and to date romance novels are still the all time favorite.
Writing is a new venture for Karen and one of which she is very excited about. She finds that writing is a wonderful way to express one’s self as well as a great stress reliever.
Karen is well grounded in her Christian faith while being a member of the Ft. Bend Church. She enjoys traveling, jazz and old school music, family gatherings and is receptive to all that life has to offer. Karen lives in Houston with her family.
Her favorite quotation is... "Life is good and oh what a blessing."
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VideosIf The Tree Could Talk
In the front yard of the Greenson home is what is commonly known as "The Family Tree," under which major decisions and conversations are routinely made; as such, the tree holds a special significance in the eyes of twelve-year-old Callie, a precocious pre-teen with a seasoned wisdom beyond her years. While sitting under the tree one evening, though, Callie overhears her parents engaged in a quite shocking conversation, from which she soon learns disturbing truths about her family's history.Waiting
Laveta Poole, aka Big Honey, has always been a woman who lived her life by her own rules and sometimes living life close to the edge. A phenomenal woman capable of handling most anything that came her way, the good, the bad and definitely the ugly. What she isn't prepared for is the day Mancy and their young daughter take a walk to the corner store and they both disappear without a trace. Was their disappearance due to foul play or something else?
by Karen C. Brown
Approx. 87,650 words.
Published on January 1, 2013.
Laveta Poole, aka Big Honey, has always been a woman who lived her life by her own rules and sometimes living life close to the edge. A phenomenal woman capable of handling most anything that came her way, the good, the bad and definitely the ugly. What she isn’t prepared for is the day Mancy and their young daughter take a walk to the corner store and they both disappear without a trace.
If The Tree Could Talk (oh what stories it would tell)
by Karen C. Brown
Approx. 61,450 words.
Published on August 16, 2010.
The Family Tree in the small town of Top Water, Louisiana takes on a different meaning for the Greenson family. In their front yard is literally a family tree. Everything was talked about under this tree, marriage proposals, birth announcements heart breaks, and other let downs, even a decision that drastically affected the life of 12-year-old Callie Greenson, better known as Sweetie Pie.
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