Erin Evans is a stay-at-home mom of eight (That’s not a typo!), wonderful, little children, When she’s not chasing after her offspring, changing diapers, teaching school, cooking gruel, chauffeuring minions, or potty training, she can be found reading, writing, playing drums at her church or dead asleep in a heap of laundry.
- In her first series, “The Rhine Maiden” (Books 1-5), Erin based her 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 Trilogy is a delightfully wicked take on twisted fairy tales. The final installment, The Sallow Spindle, is coming in 2015.
- Food for Love, a foodie inspired romantic comedy with an urban fantasy twist.
Erin is an ABNA Qualified Author (Quarterfinalist 2012 “The Rhine Maiden” & 2013 “Food for Love”).
- “… a very satisfying read … fun and imaginative — and romantic, of course … this book is highly entertaining” – Publishers Weekly (ABNA 2013 Manuscript Review)
- “The humor and verve the protagonist exhibits are refreshing and delightful to read.” -ABNA Expert Reviewer (Partial Manuscript Review)
- “The story unfolds rapidly, and Cordelia’s voice is strong, individualistic and rich with self deprecating humor.” -ABNA Expert Reviewer (Partial Manuscript Review)
- “Don’t Rhine on My Parade (The Rhine Maiden Book 1) by Erin Evans was hilarious from the first page. I loved Piper’s methods of parenting, the way she dealt with her mother-in-law and just took everything in her stride. Fantastic tale, brilliantly written, with excellent characters. Erin clearly has a strong imagination and this was just a little different from all the super hero stories you read these days. I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest of the series!” – Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers’ Favorite
In urban fantasy, Erin enjoys Charlaine Harris, Patricia Briggs, and Kim Harrison. All time favorite authors would be a tie between Robin Hobb and Jasper Fforde. Best series to date would have to be Jim Butcher’s Codex Alera.