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Erin Evans

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Tampa, The United States
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Erin Evans is a stay-at-home mom of seven (yep!), wonderful, little children. When she's not chasing after her offspring, changing diapers, teaching school, cooking gruel, chauffeuring minions about, or potty training, she is writing, playing drums at her church or crashed out dead asleep.

BOOKS:

- In her first series, "The Rhine Maiden" (Books 1-5), Erin based her siren-voiced character, Piper Cavanaugh, on her own life, but decided to have pity on Piper and only gave her two kids... to start off with.

- The Pernicious Princess series is a delightfully wicked take on twisted fairy tales. Book 3 is coming 2015.

- Food for Love, a foodie inspired romantic comedy with an urban fantasy twist.

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The Rhine Maiden - ABNA 2012 Quarterfinalist
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The Rhine Maiden

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It Never Rhines but It Pour...

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A Little Rhine Must Fall (R...

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Rhine, Rhine, Go Away (Rhin...

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Rhinebows and Unicorns (Rhi...

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Don't Rhine on My Parade (R...

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The Shattered Shoe

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The Malevolent Mirror

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Food for Love

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Happy Mother’s Day!

As a special gift to all you hard working moms out there (or to anyone else who loves a hard working mom), I am offering Rhinedrops Keep Falling on My Head as a FREE download before it goes on sale. I’d love for you to leave a review on Amazon when you finish reading it, but the book is yours to enjoy!


Remember, if you’d like to get more free books, just send me (emevansflorida at gmail dot com) th

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“You will not find your identity in what you have, but in who has you. You will not find your identity in what you do, but in what has been done for you. And you will not find your identity in what you desire, but in who has desired—at infinite cost to Himself—a relationship with you.”
David Lomas, The Truest Thing about You: Identity, Desire, and Why It All Matters

“Legalism is not just a reduction of the gospel, it is another gospel altogether (see Galatians), where salvation is earned by keeping the rules we have established.”
Timothy S. Lane, How People Change

“Whenever you believe that the evil outside you is greater than the evil inside you, a heartfelt pursuit of Christ will be replaced by a zealous fighting of the “evil” around you. A celebration of the grace that rescues you from your own sin will be replaced by a crusade to rescue the church from the ills of the surrounding culture. Christian maturity becomes defined as a willingness to defend right from wrong. The gospel is reduced to participation in Christian causes.”
Timothy S. Lane, How People Change

“We are not coming into the presence of a neurotic parent who has to hear only good things from his children. We’re not coming into the presence of a father who says, “Shhh, don’t feel that way; that’s wrong. Don’t cry. If you keep crying I’ll really give you something to cry about.” We are coming to a heavenly Father who understands our feelings and invites us to share them with Him. So we can draw near with confidence unto the throne of grace knowing that we will obtain mercy and find grace in the time of need. We can come when we need forgiveness and when we feel guilty for our sins. And we can also come when we are being racked and tormented by the feelings of our infirmities.”
David A. Seamands, Healing for Damaged Emotions

“Passionate patience—that’s what makes it possible to worship while you wait. It’s what sustained all those folks in Hebrews 11 as they lived out their lives, waiting for God’s promises to be fulfilled. It’s what kept Jerry and me sane and grounded (well, sort of sane and grounded) during that very scary time. It’s what makes it possible to sing in the dark or survive our time in the waiting room. It’s waiting without being resigned or losing hope. It’s choosing to expect a miracle even when all odds seem against it, but also choosing to accept whatever God brings—because whatever God brings into our lives is good, and whatever comes into our lives, period, can be used for good. It’s choosing to praise God even when you can’t see Him. To stay excited about His possibilities even when you’re unsure what will happen or when. It’s not just plodding, grit-your-teeth waiting. (Though, to be honest, sometimes it feels that way.) Instead, it’s moving along with your head up—moving in expectation, because you really expect that something’s going to happen. Because you know that whether you can see it or not, the God of the universe is at work in your life and in the world. He will keep His promises. He will show up when the time is right—when His time is right. And yes, passionate patience is a choice. Sometimes it’s a hard choice, though it’s based on very good evidence. But in those times when everything seems dark and we don’t have a clue where God is or what He’s doing, passionate patience can keep us going.”
Tammy Maltby, The God Who Sees You: Look to Him When You Feel Discouraged, Forgotten, or Invisible

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