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The Revolution will Be Led by the Well Read! Author Karen E. Osborne Talks About Her Novels, Why Reading is Revolutionary and Other Happy Musings.

podcast May 1, 2024


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Welcome to the Rich Black Woman podcast! In this episode, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Karen E. Osborne, an extraordinary author, motivational speaker, and advocate for giving back. Let’s dive into her fascinating journey as she became an author in her 4rth Act!  Find out what her favorite book is and why it’s one we should all have in our library. 

Uncover the real secret powers of reading and books and why reading really is a rainbow.  Shout out to Levar Burton.  So take a look, it’s in a book…this rainbow of a conversation has a pot of gold for your heart, mind and soul. #liverichly #richblackwoman #authors #blackwomenauthors

  • Award-Winning Novels:

    • Reckonings: A gripping family saga with suspenseful twists.

    • Tangled Lies: An award-winning murder mystery that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.

    • Getting It Right: Recognized by Essence Magazine as a Best Read—a testament to Karen’s storytelling prowess.

    • True Grace: Inspired by her grandmother and set in 1924 Harlem during the vibrant “Harlem Renaissance.”

Karen’s path to becoming an author was unconventional. She spent over forty years as an academic administrator and co-owner of The Osborne Group, where she worked as a consultant, trainer, and motivational speaker. But her passion for writing eventually led her to pursue a full-time career as a novelist.

  • Karen hosts: “What Are You Reading? What Are You Writing?”—a platform where she supports fellow authors and discusses literary works.

  • Easter Seals (FL): As chair of the board of directors, Karen advocates for the differently abled.

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