Eva Marie Everson is a multiple-award winning author and speaker from Sylvania, Georgia. She and her husband are the parents of three “fabulous” children who have blessed them with “the world’s greatest grandchildren.” They make their home in Winter Springs, Florida where she writes in a number of genres but stays true to her roots by writing mostly southern women’s fiction.
When asked about an early childhood memory, Eva Marie quickly recounts the Christmas of 1965 when her grandmother and aunt gifted her with the book To Dance, To Dream because she loved to read and loved to dance so much. She still has the cherished gift. Also, in her dining room, Eva Marie proudly displays the footed cake plate from which her great-grandparents served their wedding cake in 1896.
“I’m working on two projects right now: one is fiction, one is nonfiction. The nonfiction goes along with something new I’ve been teaching from the Scriptures on the questions God asks. My prayerful hope is that as the writing continues, the speaking events surrounding the subject will as well. So far the events have gone very well.”
Eva Marie is president of Word Weavers International, director of Florida Christian Writers Conference, and managing editor at Firefly Southern Fiction. When not working on her next bestseller, she enjoys coaching new authors through her company, Pen in Hand. You can find her books on her Amazon author page, Eva Marie Everson and can connect with her at http://EvaMarieEversonAUTHOR.com
Monday, September 24th was launch day for Eva’s contemporary Christmas novella, The Ornament Keeper. This heartwarming story of how forgiveness and healing can often be a long and winding path has released just in time for Christmas.
“The wounds of unforgiveness are not healed at once, but by the proper application of time and love. They are also not healed from too far a distance.” —The Ornament Keeper