Author Edward Evans lives in Haworth, home of the World famous Bronte Sisters, amidst the rolling moors of Yorkshire, which are featured in several of his books.
He works tirelessly for his favourite charities including The RAF Benevolent Society (supporting injured servicemen and their families), The Alzheimer’s charity Friends Together (delivering respite to families of sufferers), SACAR (supporting adults and children with Autism and Aspergus Syndrome) and Faith & Light (supporting children with Downs Syndrome).
So far, £17,500 has been raised for these charities.
Two novels have been translated into French, Viens, Papy donne-moi la main (Come on Granddad hold my hand) and Le Piano, which are supporting Alzheimer and Autism sufferers in the Var France, respectively.
Edward and his wife have worked for many years in France with the result he takes part in many exhibitions and conferences which aid the charities he and his wife support. Lilian, Edward’s wife of 47years, gives tremendous support in the running of their family business and in the production of the Edward’s books, carrying out a great deal of research to ensure as much accuracy as possible.
His novels have received excellent reviews, which can be seen on the book and review pages of this website.