Felicity Everett is a proud Mancunian who has been exiled to many cities including London and Melbourne and is now co-existing uneasily with nature in The Cotswolds. When invited on Twitter recently to state some of the recurring elements in her writing she cited: family dysfunction; thwarted ambition; doomed romance.
She has published four novels.
The Story of Us (Cornerstone Digital) chronicles an intense and treacherous student flat-share in the 1980s.
The People at Number Nine (HQ) explores what happens when an impressionable couple get a bit too close to their glamorous new neighbours.
The Move (HQ) deals with the fallout when a troubled couple seek balm for their marriage in a sinister countryside.
Old Friends (published by HQ in March 2022) sees two couples move into a glamorous warehouse apartment together for the best of reasons with the worst of consequences.
Felicity is currently working on The One Where, a novel exploring the intergenerational relationship between a has-been script-writing tutor and his talented amanuensis.
Read Felicity’s article for the Sunday Post here