About Eva Pasco
“On the road, as in life–I accelerate!”
A Jill-of-all-Trades in the progression of life–a factory fatale gluing eyes on pairs of lion slippers at Capitol Heel Lining, collating booklets at Sidney-Higgins Bookbinding, getting downright dirty at H & H Screw Products, and teaching in the third-grade classroom trenches–Eva Pasco turned a corner after retirement.
Reviving a dormant flair for writing, she braved the arduous journey along the Indie author’s untrammeled path, a route chosen to bypass literary agents and take full control of the publication process from cover to copy through the genre of Contemporary Women’s Fiction–‘Underlying Notes,’ ‘An Enlightening Quiche,’ and the novella, ‘Mr. Wizardo’.
Unsolicited by the author, TIME news reporter, Jeninne Lee-St. John, conducted a telephone interview, delving into the driving force behind Eva Pasco’s debut novel, UNDERLYING NOTES, shortly after its first printing. (March 17, 2008 print issue): “Scents and Scentsitivity”: “She calls herself a “fragrance floozy,” but she’s no eccentric kook.”
Ms. Pasco has also composed numerous Retro 60s Flashbacks, and a slew of essays pertaining to her native state of Rhode Island prefaced with “Rhode Read”. She also writes a weekly blog related to writing and social marketing. All of her literary works can be viewed on her web page at Authors Den