We Shall Sometime Come to Someplace

We Shall Sometime Come to Someplace

Erin Bartels / Nov 15, 2019

We Shall Sometime Come to Someplace An unseasonable storm is just the first in a series of strange and surreal events that will set a salesman s life on a very different course Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes Nob

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        ERIN BARTELS is a copywriter and freelance editor by day, a novelist by night, and a painter, seamstress, poet, and photographer in between Her debut novel, WE HOPE FOR BETTER THINGS, released in January 2019 from Revell Books, to be followed in September 2019 by THE WORDS BETWEEN US, which was a finalist for the 2015 Rising Star Award from the Women s Fiction Writers Association Her short story ERIN BARTELS is a copywriter and freelance editor by day, a novelist by night, and a painter, seamstress, poet, and photographer in between Her debut novel, WE HOPE FOR BETTER THINGS, released in January 2019 from Revell Books, to be followed in September 2019 by THE WORDS BETWEEN US, which was a finalist for the 2015 Rising Star Award from the Women s Fiction Writers Association Her short story This Elegant Ruin was a finalist in The Saturday Evening Post 2014 Great American Fiction Contest Her poems have been published by The Lyric and The East Lansing Poetry Attack A member of the Capital City Writers Association and the Women s Fiction Writers Association, she is former features editor of WFWA s Write On magazine.Erin lives in the beautiful, water defined state of Michigan where she is never than a ninety minute drive from one of the Great Lakes or six miles from an inland lake, river, or stream She grew up in the Bay City area waiting for freighters and sailboats at drawbridges and watching the best 4th of July fireworks displays in the nation She spent her college and young married years in Grand Rapids feeling decidedly not Dutch She currently lives with her husband and son in Lansing, nestled somewhere between angry protesters on the Capitol lawn and couch burning frat boys at Michigan State University And yet, she claims it is really quite peaceful.Erin is represented by Nephele Tempest of The Knight Agency Find her on Facebook ErinBartelsAuthor, on Twitter ErinLBartels, or on Instagram erinbartelswrites


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