McCartney Green was born in Philly but grew up in Atlanta and considers herself a southerner at heart. She married young, gave birth to seven children and as many women tend to do, lost herself under the labels of wife and mother. In 1994 she felt like her entire life was crumbling around her. Her marriage was failing, she was assaulted in a parking lot and she tried to take her own life. That was when she had a divine intervention. She woke one morning to find a “heavenly messenger” standing at the foot of her bed. Among other things, he told her to begin writing, and it changed her life. She is still communicating with this transcendent being and feels she is being led in her current endeavors.
No stranger to the hardships of life, there are many labels McCartney says she could apply to herself. Abused. Neglected. Starved. Touched by alcoholism. Bullied. Poverty. Sexual assault. Divorce. Suicide. However, she doesn't believe in labels that scream to the world that we are victims, because, "We are only victims if we allow ourselves to be." She only allows others to know these things about her so that they can know that she can identify with their pain, that she understands where they are coming from and she can indeed help them to rise up out of the ashes. “It doesn't matter what religion one is, or if one is religious at all, her methods, her sweet spirit, her love and her joy will transform audience members in profound ways. Her message is for anyone who wishes to transform their lives.”
McCartney is the author of the 8 book romantic series, Dandelions Never Die, a suspenseful romantic adventure written for the masses to bring them enlightening messages, where both women and men overcome great obstacles and trauma to become strong and joyful. She is about to release her newest book, an inspirational book based on her "heavenly messenger."