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Born in Lancashire, I migrated across the Pennines to York and never quite made it back again. After graduating with an English and History degree, and taking further professional qualifications, I began writing articles and short dramas in the gaps between work and family commitments. Taking two accredited writing courses at the University of York, led by the poet Carole Bromley, encouraged me to concentrate on writing poems and novels but, having been selected in 2014 as a finalist in Script Yorkshire's 25th anniversary competition, perhaps I will be tempted back to writing drama once again?

Readings : 2015

Jacqueline Everett reads from her novel The Road to Waterloo and describes the historical detective work involved.
Previous readings have taken place at public libraries in a number of the towns where she did her research.


The novel The Road to Waterloo now available.

e-book version, now available, at Amazon: Kindle.

Paperback version, available from June 2015, at Amazon.

Also available from Gardners Books quoting ISBN number 0993277209.

The sequel The Road to Peterloo is available from mid-November 2019, through Amazon and independent bookshops.

The children's book (for 4-6 year olds) The Wibbly Wobbly Hotel (ISBN:978-0-9510313-4-6) will be available to order through bookshops: RRP 6.99 and at Amazon.

Poetry and online reviews can be viewed from the Poetry link below.

The drama You've got to Hide Your Love Away was the winning entry in Script Yorkshire's 25th anniversary competition (2014).

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Poetry Novels Drama Children's Books Readings