About

20151024_180249-1Karen Gray grew up in a town called Livingston, in central Scotland.

She was horse mad from an early age and moved to Aberdeen at 17 to do a degree in Equine Science. After moving back home to Livingston 4 years later she worked as a care assistant for the elderly and infirm until she got a job in the equestrian industry. Since then she followed her line of work across Scotland to Greenock where she met her husband.

After leaving her job as a riding instructor toΒ have her eldest child, KarenΒ was never able to return to work. Her husband’s health deteriorated to the point he needed her available at any time of the day. She now cares for him and their 2 children full time.Β She began writing again shortly after the birth of her second child and has not stopped since. Writing is her first passion before all others and though she is working on other artistic projects, her writing comes first.

She is currently writing the fourth novel in the Warrior Queen Series, the first series from The Saga of Thistles and Roses.

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  2. bookheathen says:

    Thought you might like to know I’ve posted a review of ‘For King and Country’ on my blog at bookheathen.wordpress.com
    Kind regards,
    Andrew

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