Felicity Everett.

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Agent: Sallyanne Sweeney

Felicity Everett grew up in Manchester and studied English Literature at Sussex University. She worked in children’s publishing in London, whilst raising a family and is the author of more than twenty works of children’s fiction and non-fiction.

After a short career break, Felicity returned to writing full-time and in 2011 published her debut novel, The Story of Us, a funny and touching account of the friendships forged between five women at University in the 1980s. Her second novel, The People at Number 9, published in April 2017, is a dark satire on sex, envy and betrayal in the suburbs. Her third novel, The Move is a gothic tale of marriage and mental instability set in the dark heart of the countryside.

Felicity returned from a few years living in Melbourne with her husband and now lives in Gloucestershire.

Read her article for Refinery29 “How To Party While Your Kids Sleep” here.

Read her article on menopause and marriage for The Daily Mail here. 

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