Eva lives in Alberta, Canada, but she grew up in Ontario and was born in Prague, Czech Republic. Her diverse background and life experience provide the platform for her writing.
Eva has has been exposed to courses and programs in general science, geology, psychology, nursing, speech pathology, SEE sign language, dyslexia (and other learning disabilities and special needs), finance, business, editing, and writing, as well as multiple forms of professional development.
As a parent of four children, Eva spent years on parent councils for the K-12 school system, volunteered as Registrar for a nursery school board, and worked for several schools and two school boards in Alberta. She has been a university and high school laboratory technician, a business owner, editor, and education professional. She has travelled in parts of Canada, the United States, Mexico, Scandinavia, and Europe.
Eva writes short and long fiction in multiple genres, as well as articles on parenting, writing, education, health, and travel. She teaches at a specialized literacy and math clinic and mentors young authors.
Her passions include weather, Indian food, gardening, and numerous musical genres. She has played eight instruments and spent many years immersed in taekwondo and karate. As a youth, she was an avid canoeist.
Publisher Dream Write Publishing (Beyond the Precipice and upcoming books)
Angie’s Diary e-Magazine (articles, book excerpts, short stories)
Book of the Week (Angie’s Diary e-Magazine)
Eva was interviewed (Texas, Washington, Amsterdam)
Events (book releases, readings, signings, author appearances)
Eva is a member of these organizations
- Writers Guild of Alberta (WGA)
- Writers Foundation of Strathcona County (WFSC)
- Edmonton Classical Guitar Society (ECGS)
An author, editor, teacher, and learning strategist, Eva writes novels about the human condition where her characters deal with adversity common in today’s world, but she has also published short stories in sci-fi, paranormal, and children’s genres.
In 2014, Eva received the Seal of Excellence for the Top 100 Certified Writers at Angie’s Diary Online Magazine (Netherlands).
In addition to fiction and non-fiction writing, Eva blogs regularly and conducts interviews to promote and celebrate authors (local and international), artists, and local musicians.
With her analytical nature and multifaceted background in both the sciences and the arts, Eva has enjoyed creating curriculum material, attending conferences, and working in science labs. Her interests include brain research, human development, school curriculum approaches, health, and medicine.
Eva currently teaches writing, literacy, phonemic awareness, math, science, and learning and study strategies. She also edits novels and short fiction and mentors young authors. When not teaching or writing, Eva likes to attend concerts, explore Edmonton’s summer festivals, and visit the Strathcona Farmers’ Market–experiences that ultimately found their way into her novels.
Current works-in-progress include novels Beyond the Music (companion and sequel to Beyond the Precipice), Druyan (fantasy adventure) and Ironclad (supernatural adventure), and a parenting/educator handbook.
Beyond the Precipice, a reality-based, interpretive literary fiction/psychological suspense novel based in the Edmonton and the University of Alberta area, addresses issues of grief, abuse, and the power of unconditional love against a backdrop of the passion for music and the need to be true to oneself. It has received stellar reviews from literary professionals and educators locally and around the globe. (Also see readers’ responses.)
Druyan, a fantasy adventure novel, was the project of NaNoWriMo 2014, when Eva received her certificate for 50,000 words in 30 days.
Many of Eva’s short stories, excerpts, and articles are found on Angie’s Diary eMagazine (Netherlands), including “The Waiting Room” (paranormal), “Hanging Loose in Hawaii,” (travel), and “Two Provinces, Three Weeks, 101 Experiences” (travel, family).