Sam Evans
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Welcome. May all who enter as guests leave as friends.
 Kaylynn Dawn Evans 
"The dawn of our joy" 
February 21, 2011
Kelly Valerie Evans, 
Puts the "K" in "Krazy" 
June 25, 2012
Trinity Grace Evans, Because she is our gift from God, 
Conceived after yet another miscarriage. 
October 16, 2014

The first book that I have published is Love Letters to Miscarried Moms. It is a ministry and a call that I never could have imagined. It is beautiful and wonderful. So many women have expressed their heartfelt thanks for writing the book. 

Over the years I have become known for miscarriage, associated with it. People will come across a story about perinatal or infant loss and share the link with me. "Here. This completely depressing story made me think of you." God bless them. 

I cry with women who are crying about their losses. I still write love letters to mothers who have miscarried. But I am also examining who I am as a person and as an author. I was writing before Love Letters to Miscarried Moms and I am writing still. My miscarriages are part of who I am, but not all. 

 I actually just submitted a military fiction novel to an agency and for weeks have been torturing myself over the words, "Thank you. We're reviewing." As far as I can tell, it means that I have made it beyond the initial templated rejection letter. 

I didn't decide to author books. Writing just happens. I have loved telling stories since I was a child. There was a spoken series called, "The Bunny Burglars" that I would depict to my cousins in the back of my dad's station wagon and around campfires. I played with Barbies much longer than I felt comfortable confessing to others but looking back I realize now that it was simply a means, a vehicle through which I practiced telling stories. 

My vision for this website is for you to get to know me better, to keep you updated with my writing journey and to challenge you to see life from a new perspective. I would also like to introduce you to my family and share my church ministry experiences. I appreciate you. Thank you for taking the time to stop by. 
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Current Projects 
Top Secret: African Gray

Everyone carries secrets. Air Force pilot Caleb Wells carries guilt over his friends’ executions. Sarah Wells carries an engagement ring. Marine Captain James Casey cherishes Sarah Wells more than he’ll admit. Army Lieutenant Chris Wells, reputably a God-fearing Christian, harbors a dark betrayal. The CIA has secrets, too—top secrets. With a missing ballistic missile, an enemy Bermuda triangle for U.S. troops, and AWOL SEALs, the Wells’ unique proximity is the last mystery, and hope.

Keeper of the Keys

When Kaylynn's father is killed in an ambush, Kaylynn learns more about herself than she ever could have imagined. 

This 2015 NaNoWriMo winner is the first of six in my Ephee series. It is my imagination placing all six of my children on adventures in the same world at the same time. This completed manuscript is unpublished.

Warrior of Strength 

Warrior of Strength was completed on December 4th. I was able to write 50,000 words in the month of November, which makes me a NaNoWriMo winner two years in a row. 

Kelly, the warrior princess, allows herself to be captured in order to learn of the enemy's plans. But when her memories are stolen, she is tricked into battling her own family and draws her swords on her closest friend. Can she discern the truth before all is lost?

Royal Betrayal

Alexandria uncovers a plot to kill the royal family of Denmark and becomes entangled in the princes' effort to escape. 

This is the first manuscript  I ever wrote and it is still in the editing phase. Every time I look at it again, it becomes a more compelling and succinct project. 

I haven't seen my cousin Cheryl since last summer. Last night around the campfire at my family reunion, Cheryl challenged a group of us to define our lives in five slides. She might as well have been telling me to sum up my life in seven words.  

Every challenge met with the force of Christ's blessing. 

So that's nine. Forgive me. Can you do it? Can you sum up your life in ten words or less? What legacy will you be leaving behind? 

There have been HARD moments in my life--physical and medical setbacks, brokenness, animosity from others, financial stress, heart-breaking loss of loved ones. But through each moment I have felt the hand of Christ, as if he were weaving me through a crowd of people. I have seen miracles that can't be explained and blessings that can't be ignored. And I look forward to sharing more of these moments with you. Blessings!