Author Archives: janelleevans

About janelleevans

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

Oh, it’s a coming…

Aaahhhh….let’s all geek out together! The edits for my fourth novel are finished. This one is very different from my Rory’s Choice series. Oh, it’s still young adult, and as fast paced as my other novels, but this sixteen-year-old has … Continue reading

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Bad juju

I know I’ve talked about a few of my quirks, but hey, I have no shame, so here’s another one since it decided to smack into my windshield this past week. I’m superstitious, and not just kind-a-sort-of, I’m the person … Continue reading

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The power of positivity

My daughter turned thirteen in April, making her an official teenager—oh, sweet love! We still get along fairly well in the mom/daughter dynamic of life; I just wish she’d try harder to be more positive. The easy giggles she used … Continue reading

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Updates

We’re in the home stretch for edits with my latest novel. We are still at least six months out from its release, but I can’t contain myself. Stuffed Souls is turning into one killer good time. Who says revenge can’t … Continue reading

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Fine. Keep it!

When we purchased our home almost one year ago, one of the things I wanted most was a cement porch right off the back of the house. Maybe I should have asked the builder to do it, but I hate … Continue reading

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wearing an editor’s hat

As I experience more and more the art of being an editor, I’ve learned the most important thing I can do is listen. For those of you who are thinking that should be obvious, I’m not talking about listening to … Continue reading

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disaster averted

It’s impossible to predict accidents. They happen so quickly, and often times, nothing can stop them once the chain of events leading up to an accident triggers. It’s even worse if the cause of the accident can be traced back … Continue reading

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