“The Trees Outside” is an introspective look…


Often as human beings we find ourselves on the outside looking in on a given situation: a friend’s problems with work, the death of a distant relative, even watching police rush to a major car accident. However, one of the most difficult aspects of humanity is being able to look within ourselves and be honest about what we see there.

“The Trees Outside” is an introspective look at those forces affecting the character Angel Harper, from Andrea N. Carr’s debut novel Family Tree the Novel: Family Tree. Here, she not only helps readers look introspectively at Angel’s life through her poetry and previously edited material, but she reveals the naked truth about her writing as a medium for self-expression.

This is a must read for all followers of ​”Family Tree the Novel​,” Miss Carr bears her soul and that of Angel’s in a truly enlightening short work. ~ M.J. Moores, OCT

One thought on ““The Trees Outside” is an introspective look…

  1. Andrea N Carr May 7, 2015 / 10:12 AM

    I’m excited!
    My new book will be out June 1st. I had intended to put the missing chapters from Family Tree as chapters. I did this but, made it a short story instead.

    I think it is better to do this anyway, I like it a lot. This book will allow you to understand Angel better. I introduce a new character to you. One that spoke to me the most when, I originally, wrote Family Tree.

    I think it works out better for you in the end, to have excluded this story originally. It bothered me leaving it out. I thought about adding it to the sequel. It doesn’t fit there.

    It’s perfect, on it’s own. I hope you, enjoy it!
    I also, wrote about my writing style. The best way to get the most from my stories.

    Simply become the narrator because, seeing through the eyes of the main character one can truly see what is meant. Emotionally, we are all the same. I speak with emotions through the use of characters.

    If you can do this, we have total understanding. This is my only hope, with my readers is to be understood by them.



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