Small-town Science Teacher Turns Author
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A small-town science teacher has made her writing dreams come true.

FORT WORTH, Texas - eMusicWire -- A local science teacher recently published her first full-length novel. With the help of the community, the book hit the top 100 hundred on Amazon in the genre within the first month of its debut. Most people don't think of science teachers as writers, but Mrs. Pierce doesn't like to be put in a box.

"I love teaching science. It's my dream job. But there's more to life than just our one job. I would want my students to know they can succeed at more than just their chosen career."

"Prolific advice to authors is to 'write what you know.' My main character is a teacher. There's also a ton of scientific facts in my fantasy novel."

Encouraged by her seventh-grade English teacher, Evangaline wrote her first short story at the age of 12. She spent much of her adult life writing papers for college professors. Several years later, she rekindled her love for storytelling when she published her first book chronicling her family's journey to find a missing person.

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Evangaline combines her love of fantasy with her Christian faith. She draws upon the magic and mystery of the Bible to tell modern stories that engage the reader with biblical truths and Christian themes.

Sacred Vengeance follows Alle Venega on an adventure to save her daughter through the natural world, heaven, and hell. She encounters angels and demons and must endure crushing darkness and heartbreak to succeed in her quest. Along the way, she learns valuable lessons and receives priceless gifts. Of course, all good stories have a happy ending, and Sacred Vengeance is no different.

Sacred Vengeance received a prestigious five-star rating from Reader's Favorite and has been nominated for several book awards.

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