To drift is to be in hell, to be in heaven is to steer. George Bernard Shaw

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J.C. Everlyn
J.C. Everlyn
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Accountant by day, Author by night.
  • Member Since: May 2019
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  • Followers: 4
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    Mysteries Supernatural Suspense Action & Adventure Romantic Suspense Paranormal Romance Romance Erotic Romance Dark Romance & Erotica Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

Best-selling author, J. C. Everlyn, lives in Minnesota with her husband, the youngest of three daughters, two dogs, and a cat. Surrounded by what seems like endless winters, she has always enjoyed curling up next to a warm fire while reading fiction novels. This has inspired her with a dream of sharing many imaginative stories of her own. Her recently published book, Loved Ones Lost, hit Amazon's best-seller list in three categories within 9 days of its release date and had 456 5-star reviews on Amazon within a little over two weeks after publishing and additional reviews on Facebook and Goodreads.

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Loved Ones Lost (Edgewater Curse Book 1)

Publish Date: May 03, 2019

Genre: Suspense, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Erotic Romance, Fantasy

avg rating5 - 6 reviews on Amazon

J.C. Everlyn's Books

Loved Ones Lost (Edgewater Curse Book 1)

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Publication Date: May 03, 2019

Suspense, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Erotic Romance, Fantasy

5 (6 ratings)

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Dripping With Blood

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Publication Date: Jul 25, 2019

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Loved Ones Lost (Edgewater Curse)

Loved Ones Lost (Edgewater Curse)

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Suspense, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Erotic Romance, Fantasy

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      • jceverlyn 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • Seeing posts from my favorite authors inspires me to write all the time. It was reading Lara Adrian’s books that inspired me to follow my dreams of writing, and look at me now; I’m a published author! I started writing, Loved Ones Lost, ten years ago off and on. Then one day in March of this year (2019), I was cleaning out the files on my computer and came across it. I read the prologue and 1st chapter (that's as much as I had written at the time), and thought to myself, "wow, this isn't that bad" and it just inspired me to finish it. At the time it was not supernatural, but once I started typing, all of the ideas just rushed out of me. Now I have published my first book which hit best-seller in 3 categories on Amazon within 6 days of publishing and there is still more to come! Six more books after this one in this series. I'm currently writing the next book in the Edgewater Curse series, Loved Ones Reassured...Matthew has a story of his own to tell!

        There will also be other series spinoffs later down the line that are already in the works as well ;-)

        Oh! I almost forgot to mention...A special surprise: If you would like a little side challenge, each of my books has their title hidden within the story. See if you can find it!
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    • allauthor 2 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • jceverlyn 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • I noticed while writing Loved Ones Lost, that if I created a chapter layout beforehand, it helped me think of what I wanted to write about in that chapter. I’m a spreadsheet fanatic, so I created a list with three columns; the chapter number, the chapter subtitle, and a short description of what I wanted to happen in that chapter. I noticed that once I started creating it, more ideas started pouring into my head. I’ve also seen that sometimes I can be sitting there thinking, what should I write about now, but once I started putting my hands to work, the ideas and words began to flow out of me and the next thing I knew I had a finished book.
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