3 Questions Wednesday with Eva Marie Everson

Eva Marie Hi ResToday we welcome multi-award-winning best-selling author of more than thirty works, Eva Marie Everson, to 3 Questions Wednesday!

Hello Eva! Pull up a chair and we’ll chat.

Which author would you never get tired of, and why?

Eva: Depends on the genre. For nonfiction: Robert Benson. His words are like butter on hot bread. They’re smooth. They sink down into the layers and make the whole life experience better.

For fiction: Lynn Austin. When I read her work before bed, I literally dream the words as I sleep. I have yet to open a book of hers that I did not become completely immersed in.

Great authors. I just finished Wonderland Creek by Lynn Austin. 🙂 Now about those bad guys…

Who is your favorite fictional villain?

Eva: I don’t like villains. Never do. I want everyone to just be nice. LOL But in all seriousness, I enjoy a story where the antagonist is the protagonist. In other words, they wrestle with themselves to be better people.

I do like the angst in that kind of story. Last question:

What project are you currently working on?

Eva: I have completed my first work with Tyndale (Five Brides, which released in May of this year) and am in negotiations with them (or, I should say, my agent is) for another historical WWII novel. This is not an era I ever thought I’d write in, but I must say, I enjoy it. The times were just as stressful, I think, but the approach was purer. And entertainment was just that–entertainment.

Congratulations. God bless you as you pursue His path in your writing. Thanks for taking the time to complete our 3 Questions.

And one reader will win a copy of Five Brides just for leaving a comment below. Will it be you?

Five Brides

Five single, fiercely independent women live together in a Chicago apartment in the early 271950s but rarely see one another. One Saturday afternoon, as they are serendipitously together downtown, they spy a wedding dress in a storefront window at the famous Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. After trying it on―much to the dismay of the salesclerk and without a single boyfriend or date between the five of them―they decide to pool their money to purchase it. Can one dress forever connect five women who live together only a short time before taking their own journeys to love and whatever comes happily ever after?

Eva Marie Everson is the multi-award-winning best-selling author of more than 30 works, both fiction and nonfiction. A frequent speaker at women’s groups, book clubs, and writers conferences, she is also the director of Florida Christian Writers Conference, the president of Word Weavers International, the vice president of BelieversTrust, and the acquisitions editor for Firefly Southern Fiction. She and her huggy hubby make their home in Central Florida. They are the parents of three amazing adult children and the grandparents of the best grandkids in the world. To learn more, visit Eva Marie at www.EvaMarieEversonAuthor.com

4 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Eva Marie Everson

  1. Nice to learn a bit more about you Eva Marie. 😉

    I think I’ve read a Lynn Austin book or two, but I’ll have to check my virtual book shelf (my Kindle app). I’ve never heard of Robert Benson, so I’ll have to look him up…just because his words are like butter on hot toast. 😀

    And yes, I do love smiley emoticons 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. I absolutely loved Five Brides! Such a wonderful story! I’m not sure which bride I enjoyed most, maybe Betty. And I loved the era. And the story surrounding the dress. I almost bought our daughter a dress I saw at an antique store. She loved it, I loved it, and I knew we’d never see another like it. She found this odd, considering she’s never even had a boyfriend. Hm… maybe I should have her read your novel, Eva! Then she won’t find me so strange!

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