Richard Easter is a Manchester based writer who's worked in and around the TV and music industry for 30 years.
In amongst many bizarre highlights, he's had a top 5 single and appeared on TOTP 3 times, got lost in Broadcasting House with George Michael, played drums for the Bee Gees, watched the KLF burn a wicca man on the Isle Of Jura and shared macaroons with Kylie.
None of which helped his writing career, but gave him something to talk about when proper conversation dried up.
He got his big break after dressing up as a girl and hiding in the ladies' toilets at an Essex nightclub. Incredibly, that "big break" wasn't being arrested, but having this odd experience printed in a magazine which put him on the front cover and led to being interviewed on Radio One's Janice long show. From there, Richard went into writing full time.
Up until his novels, he's mainly been busy on TV entertainment shows.
He started writing novels 5 years ago, and has now finished four; two, "Cover Stories" and "The General Theory Of Haunting" are out for your reading pleasure, whilst "The Gentle Art Of Forgetting" and "The Sleigh" are ready for release any day soon.