InD’Scribe Author Erin Bevan

BevanWhen I “Fall into the World of Extraordinary” I always want to fall feet first. You never know what gooey crap you might put your hands in when it comes to the extraordinary world. What if there is no place to wash your hands and you’re stuck with sticky alien slim between your fingers? Yuck. No thank you!

If you could choose anyone you wanted for your book cover model(s), who would they be? Me of course. Duh! Just kidding. That would be a pasty pale nightmare. In my mind, I always seem to use Bradley Cooper as the leading man. I don’t know why. So, I guess him, but neck down. I don’t like heads on my covers.

You have been invited to an exclusive compound that is prepared for the Zombie apocalypse, however everyone must have a skill to enter. What would be your skill to enter this club? Umm… I could write books?

Again, for the apocalypse, you can only carry one backpack…. What would you pack? Waters, food, some clean undies, toilet paper, hairbrush, ponytail holder, toothbrush, toothpaste, cellphone? Maybe there is a signal in the world of extraordinary with zombies.

Name something on your bucket list you HAVE done and something you HAVEN’T done yet. I’m only 32. I like not to think too hard about a bucket list.

Erin Bevan was born and raised in Southwest Arkansas. She spent her teenage years working for her aunt at the local gas station, flipping burgers and making milkshakes, dreaming of the day when something better would come her way.

Fast forward ten years later, she found herself stuck inside an apartment in South Korea while her daughter went to preschool and her husband went to work. Alone and unable to speak the local language, she turned to books for a friend. After reading a few hundred in such a short time, she decided to try her hand at writing one.

That first one sucked, but by the fifth and sixth book, Erin started to get the hang of this writing thing. Getting the first contract in the mail was a dream come true. Now, with three babies at home, she squeezes in stories one word at a time, one sentence at a time, one day at a time.

She’s a full time mom, a full time wife, with a little writer sprinkled in whenever she can get the chance.

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