Carmen Green

Carmen GreenCarmen Green began writing in 1994 and sold her first novel Now or Never, to Kensington Publishing. Since 1994, Carmen has sold more than fourteen books and novellas. Her 1998 release, Keeping Secrets made Emerge magazines bestsellers list.

Commitments, released August 1998, was adapted into a BET TV movie starring Allen Payne, Victoria Dillard and Virginia Capers. The movie would become the highest rated movie to air on BET in 2001.

Carmen's success continued as she wrote in the anthology Midnight Clear for Genesis Press, and then in 2001 Island Bliss and Sister, Sister for St. Martin's Press.

She continued to write for BET, expanding her hugely successful family the Crawford's by penning Endless Love, which featured the Arabesque Man, Doctor Harold Jackson, followed in 2002 by her book Doctor, Doctor.

Carmen's first Women's Fiction book Atlanta Live, was published in 2003 and later became #4 in the Romance Writer's of America Favorite Book of the Year contest for 2003.

Carmen's career continues to grow with her next Women's Fiction release, Date Night, in September 2004 from BET.

Lately, she is working on two additional Crawford stories for Kensington's Dafina line, and has several other projects pending. Carmen works full time, and tries to balance her writing career with working. She's the mother of three children, who are all taller than she is, and she enjoys spending time with them.

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Her Books From BelleBooks/Bell Bridge Books:

At Home in Mossy Creek
A Day in Mossy Creek
Reunion at Mossy Creek