Elaine Everest was born and brought up in north west Kent, where The Woolworths Girls is set, and was once a Woolworths girl herself. "
"Elaine has written widely for women's magazines, with both short stories and features. When she isn't writing, Elaine runs The Write Place creative writing school in Dartford, Kent, and the blog for the Romantic Novelists' Association. "
"Elaine lives with her husband, Michael, and their Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Henry, in Swanley, Kent.
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@AsdaServiceTeam Thank you. Much appreciated
by @ElaineEverest - 12 hours ago
@AsdaServiceTeam Assistant at Swanley told me manager too busy too speak to me and that books were moved as more stolen than sold.
by @ElaineEverest - 17 hours ago
@AsdaServiceTeam Since refurb the store has very few paperbacks and hardly any women's fiction. book space cut by a quarter and hidden away.
RT @panmacmillan: Everyone at Pan Macmillan is greatly saddened to hear of the death of our author, colleague and friend Carole Blake: http…
by @ElaineEverest - 18 hours ago
RT @pressfuturist: Carole Blake's death reported by the Daily Mirror: very few people in publishing get coverage in the national press. htt…
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