Melinda Evaul

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Melinda Evaul is a North Carolina native transplanted to Tennessee. Her contemporary Christian romances give readers a unique view of rural life in both states. Not afraid to tackle tough questions, she writes about people who grow spiritually through the difficulties life tosses in their paths.

Melinda is a pastor’s wife, mother of two, and grandmother of three. She’s a registered nurse, CPR instructor, and water aerobics instructor. Melinda is an award winning article writer. Grow Old With Me is a 2011 Dan Poynter Global eBook Award Finalist.

Avid photographers, Melinda and Phil Evaul enjoy traveling America’s back roads where rural culture and history are preserved through a unique art form—quilt barn squares. Each book in the Quilt Trail Series will deal with some aspect of quilting and its influence in the Appalachian region.

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The Mountain's Silent Cry
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 65,140. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2014 by Melinda Evaul. Category: Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
Daniel feels his family slipping away while all he can do is watch helplessly. He knows the importance of heritage to survive a hard life in the Appalachian Mountains of the 1940’s. But his children are restless, dissatisfied with traditional ways, and want to make life in their own image. The Pittman family becomes the battleground for the conflict of a stable past against a vague future.

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Grow Old With Me
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 103,700. Language: English. Published: July 16, 2011. Category: Fiction » Christian » Romance
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A modern day Beauty and the Beast meet in their fifties when a disfigured carpenter becomes a long-term guest in the western-style tourist town of Love Valley, NC. Benjamin Pruitt plans to repair the church before retiring to a solitary life. Sarah Campbell longs for freedom since her task as caregiver has ended. Can they piece the tattered remnants of their lives into a beautiful design?

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