In The United States You Have A Better Chance Of Being Murdered Than Being Published

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Author E. Ervin Tibbs has just beaten both of those odds. He is alive and well, and today Publish America will release his novel, "Sunset Tomorrow."

This isn't the first time the author has beaten the odds. Author E. Ervin Tibbs was born into a family who rarely had any money, but he never considered himself poor. Strong family bonds and loving parents made poverty an adventure. Married and widowed while still a teenager, he was drafted into the army still crushed with grief. Rather than distracting him from his heartache, military discipline filled him with a powerful craving for independence. At that point, his life took a turn away from mainstream society. For years he drifted without much purpose or direction. Today, "Sunset Tomorrow," a novel inspired by that journey, will be released by Publish America. Although it is a work of fiction, the misfortunes, the grief, and the laughter, were all a part of the author's life.

After twenty years of restless wandering, there came a time when Ervin realized change was inevitable. A time when he stood on the cold, wet sand while the incoming tide lapped at his feet and the sun set over the ocean. It was there that he wondered if his life would ever be the same again, and knew it would not be.

Ervin started writing late in life and draws on his chaotic and colorful history to create his stories and characters. Sunset Tomorrow is his favorite. It is the tale of a small band of people, independent, insular, and frustratingly indolent, who, when presented with an impossible task, rediscover their humanity. Driven by the strength and determination of their quest, they reassess their lives and impel those around them to do the same.

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