Shanta Everington Joins The View From Here


Just in time for the Christmas party next month author, Shanta Everington, joins the crew here at The View From Here.

(Cue applause as she waves- she is friendly as well as being talented!)

Watch out for her monthly article from her view of  literary life starting in December ...  


Shanta is the author of one novel for adults, Marilyn and Me (Cinnamon Press, 2007), and one novel for teenagers, Give Me a Sign (Flame Books, 2008), Shanta has an MA in Creative Writing with Distinction from Manchester Metropolitan University and teaches Creative Writing with The Open University. Recent successes include a story shortlisted for The Bridport Prize 2009 and a winning entry in the Tonto Even More Short Stories competition 2009. Shanta lives in London, UK, with her husband and young son. 

Visit Shanta's site shantaeverington.co.uk

7 comments:

Michael J. Kannengieser said...

Hi Shanta,
Welcome to the crew at The View From Here! I look forward to reading your articles. -Mike K.

Shanta Everington said...

Thanks, Mike F and Mike K for such a warm welcome! I'm so happy to be on board. Can't wait to get stuck in and be part of the team :)

Paul said...

Hi, Shanta, and welcome. I look forward to reading your pieces.

Jane Turley said...

Hello Shanta and welcome to The View From Here!

Now forget the literary stuff and let's get down to business...

What biscuits do you like? I have the key to the TVFH biscuit tin and I'm prepared to share the choccy ones for some writing tips and the tel no of your hair stylist! Alas I've just come in from a force 10 gale and I'm looking rather bedraggled....

Looking forward to reading your articles:)

Stella said...

Welcome, Shanta! Great to have you on board :)

Shanta Everington said...

Wow, thanks all! Aren't you a lovely bunch?!

Jane - A choccy biccie would be wonderful. :-) Shall I put the kettle on? Hair stylist? Oh no, it's all in the air brushing dahling!

Looking forward to working with you all.

kathleenmaher said...

Shanta, I'm glad you're here. The view gets better all the time.