Carol J Evaul
Pen Name: None
Genres: Non-Fiction, Other;
Born: 1954 in Annapolis, Maryland
I was born in Maryland, but I have lived in Illinois for over ten years. I graduated from Greenville College, University of Illinois Springfield and McKendree University. My story about Mustangs takes place here in Bond County, when we bought eight acres and began to fulfill a lifelong dream. Many people think of Illinois as Chicago, but the rural areas have a rich tradition of country life in the heartland. The farms and hard working people produce food for the nation. This is a nice place to settle down.
Biographical and Professional Information
I was a missionary for 18 years, and I traveled a lot. Finally we moved here from Bolivia to get our children established in college. Having returned from South America right after 9/11 left me unprepared to work, so I had to return to college and get a Masters. I went for a second Masters and have enjoyed working at two community colleges in Central Illinois - Kaskaskia College for 10 years and Lake Land College as needed for Spanish at the Kluthe Center. I enjoy my volunteer work as I get older, life is more about being active and useful than just monetary gain. I want to reflect my experiences and accounts of living in Illinois with my Mustangs as written in my first book.
Adopting Mustangs: A Christian Perspective, Createspace , 2011
Steen the Machine: A faith journey, Createspace, 2011
Missionary Cartoons: Cartoons About Missionary Life , Createspace, 2012
El Pez Que No Quiso Ser Pescado, Createspace, 2012
Please Friend Me Forever, Createspace, 2013
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
Steen the Machine: A faith journey
Release Date: 2011-12-13
Please Friend Me Forever (Be Mine)
Release Date: 2013-03-22
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)
Evaul is a Christian Women's Speaker and Life Skill Presenter. She is available for Keynotes, Workshops, Mother Daughter Events, Weekend Retreats / Conferences, Youth Events and Evangelistic Outreaches. For more information about her speaking engagements, go to: http://www.womenspeakers.com/speakers/search.php?search_keyword=evaul or contact her for more details at: 618-326-8694 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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