Her Daughter Was Found Murdered In Molino. Now Sue Brown Has Written A Book

November 2, 2019

Sue Brown’s daughter was found murdered, her body found face down by Gibson Road in Molino.

It was Sunday, April 30, 2017, when 38-year old Anna Louise Brown was shot and killed; the search for her killer continues.

Anna’s death, along with a medical scare, has led Sue Brown to write her first book “Mourning Song,” an autobiography and a testimony to God’s faith. The book is available on Amazon.

Our desire in sharing this book, our story, is to encourage, offer hope and faith to others who are struggling with their own crisis in life, whether grief, a medical diagnosis, or other life altering event,” Brown said.

In her debut autobiography, Brown has written a concise and compelling narrative of her life. Focusing on two main crises that her family experienced, she has expressed with heartfelt emotion the highs and lows of these events and how they have impacted her family, friends and community.

The resolve and determination to rise from the ashes of grief and heartache to hope and joy, motivated her family to keep going toward healing and wholeness. Sustained by her faith, the author shares a riveting and encouraging, hope filled, healing message to her audience. She desires to be a blessing and help to all those who read her story and may travel a similar journey of their own.

From the book:

“Our story is written one moment, one word, one line, and one paragraph … one chapter at a time. It is written on the litmus paper of life, tested and proven over and over again with many joys, momentous occasions, and happy moments. And then, there are the unexpected events that alter our lives forever, leaving us with shredded heart and soul, a broken and empty vessel, an innate drive to prove the power of a loving and living God; a Creator who loves, with much compassion, an abundance of grace and mercy, to bring forth emotional and spiritual healing with a desire to perfect anyone who will trust and be willing to be broken. Our experiences, whether good or bad, how we respond and react to them, speak to our families, neighbors, acquaintances and friends as to whom we are, what we are made of, what we believe. Our choices, our knee-jerk reactions to the events that happen in our lives, steer our lives for the better, or worse and will have what is sometimes called a domino effect on everyone we are in contact with.”

Comments

5 Responses to “Her Daughter Was Found Murdered In Molino. Now Sue Brown Has Written A Book”

  1. Evelyn Owen on November 3rd, 2019 8:13 am

    I know Sue Brown well and and hope to buy several books today for Christmas gifts. This is an amazing family with a wonderful testimony. I expect a sellout today at the book signing.

  2. david lamb on November 3rd, 2019 12:09 am

    Down behind our Grandpa Gerald Commings homestead are the swamps of Big Rock Creek.The song of the lonely Whippoorwill can be heard around dusk nightly. This song is cherished by Sue, me and many others. “Im so Lonesome I Could Cry” ls an example
    I have my copy of this book and let my Pastor read it, My comments and my Pastors comments are that it is well thought out, uses good scripture and is well written. It took me about three hours to read it.
    Annas death affected many of us in the family deeply.
    Sue has written an excellent book,! Get your copy Sunday!

  3. Amanda Brown on November 2nd, 2019 2:47 pm

    This book is so uplifting and encouraging!!! I highly recommend it definitely to anyone who has suffered a loss, but it is fit for everyone who needs a good word from the Lord, and to hear this lovely mother in love of mines story!!!!

  4. Pattie Brill on November 2nd, 2019 10:23 am

    This book is so inspiring and touching. I cried and smiled enjoyed every word. She
    address things that I have thought but never sound out loud. This is is for men and women we have have our trial in life and this book is great.

  5. Daughter in Love on November 2nd, 2019 9:12 am

    This book is a must! So proud of her for having the strength to share her story so she can help others through their hardships.





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