Three Princesses

by Marlena Brown-Holcomb

Three Princesses

Three Princesses

by Marlena Brown-Holcomb

Published Jul 09, 2015
40 Pages
Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Values & Virtues


Book Details

A true princess’ character shines brighter than her outer appearance.

King Mikah and Queen Allonah, well respected royalty in the City of Paradise, made it their duty and privilege to show respect and serve communities of all humanity. They assumed their three daughters would follow in their footsteps; however, after years of observation, realized they were behaving as selfish, spoiled, and unappreciative young princesses. This behavior was extremely contrary to how they’d been raised. The king and queen decided to send them on a vacation to Africa in hopes to teach them the true meaning of royalty. The princesses were excited about their vacation, until they arrived in Africa and discovered it wasn’t the type of vacation they’d imagined.


About the Author

Marlena Brown-Holcomb

Marlena Brown-Holcomb, native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Writer of various plays, music and poetry over the past 21 years. In 2012 she wrote, co-directed and appeared in her theatrical drama Family Secrets “Counterfeit Life” which received great reviews from the audiences. She is the author of the book (The Broken Rule) published June, 2014. Through her stories she hopes to connect with th readers and prays that they are inspired by her inspiritational-creative writings.

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