Author Archives: janelleevans

About janelleevans

I'm a sleep deprived mother of three. I create young adult novels from the voices in my head.

Worth the read: Am I Thirty Yet? by Jen Atkinson

Though I love to peruse the Kindle free books out there, because hey they’re free, I often find they lack in the good writing department. But every once and a while I come across a gem. Am I Thirty Yet? … Continue reading

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Value beyond 1st place

I have been a judge for swim teams for several years now. It’s a way for me to watch my daughter swim without her having to worry about my competitive side coming out. I can’t say anything while I’m judging … Continue reading

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A gamut of experts

My brothers and sisters aren’t like me, and the men and women they married are just as varied in talents and interest as we are. Being different is a blessing. I have an expert to turn to in almost every … Continue reading

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Yep, sticking my neck out

I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before—I have a naturally booming voice. It takes very little for my volume to out blast almost anyone—even my version of a whisper carries more than any whisper should. I’ve learned to not just live … Continue reading

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A field of miracles

The past two weeks have been a revelation for me. My youngest son’s football team have struggled for most of the year to find consistency – no – to find a rooted belief in themselves that come “hell or high … Continue reading

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What ruts?

To me, snow is nothing special—I see it every year. Yet, watching my foreign exchange student over the weekend play in the snow for the first time in her life, reminded me just how fun snow can be. Our lives … Continue reading

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What matters most…

Sometimes the only way to know what really matters most in our lives is have it taken away. A few weeks ago my youngest son was hurt on the football field. He was running the ball and ended up being … Continue reading

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