About E.V. Sparrow

IMG_7920E.V. is a grandmother and caregiver for her Mom.

Adventures at home and abroad influenced E.V. Sparrow’s world. She traveled and worked overseas for a time. E.V. writes stories about encounters with the unexpected. Reader’s frequent comments include—”Surprising!” and “I never know where you’re going to take me.”

Once a preschool teacher of three-year-olds, E.V. was also a team member on short-term mission trips, a vocalist with a worship team, and participated in intercessory prayer ministry which included other forms of prayer.

E.V. volunteered with Global Media Outreach online, served at Serna Village with her church, and led small groups in Single’s, Women’s, and Divorce Care ministries.

As an administrative assistant and receptionist, she worked for a non-profit organization with a medical clinic, whose goal was to move elderly, homeless, mentally ill off of the streets and into care and housing.

Sparrow designed and painted wall murals for several years. You can view a portion of her art portfolio on the Illustrations page. She discovered that writing stories is another way to paint. View Sparrow’s works on the Published Tab.

A member of SCBWI and Inspire Writers E.V. recommends both organizations for their support and help with improving writer’s skills and connections with other writers and illustrators.

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*Follow my page https://www.facebook.com/EBwriter/ and @evSparrow on Twitter.

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urals for many years. Currently, her vivid imagination continues to find expression in creative stories. Check iyful person…a mother, grandmother, newlywed, care-taker; influenced by many adventures at home and overseas. Her black and white illustrations were published in the book,  Little Known Tales in California History. Erin designed and painted wall murals for many years. Currently, her vivid imagination continues to find expression in creative stories. Check in soon!

 

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