Evie Woolmore is a conjuress of magical realism. Her novels infuse historical settings with an otherworldly quality. Their evocative atmospheres blur boundaries between the real and the imaginary, or whatever passes for real or imaginary... She is described by book review website Read Dream Relax as "one indie author worth reading".
Equilibrium takes us on a journey through Edwardian London with the mysterious spiritualist Epiphany Fortune and her sister Martha. From their stage show in a stuffy Islington theatre to the intimate private mediumship readings in a Belgravia mansion, why are the sisters so drawn to their past in the impoverished East End. What - or who - have they left behind?
In Rising Up, Tom Macindeor opens a window on the past in Warsaw, a chilling insight into the Jewish ghetto of World War Two. He has questions about his past, but Ela, the girl he can communicate with in 1942 has questions about her future, of which one is more important than any other: will she survive?
They say the past always catches up with you. For Thelonia Jones, that means literally. In The Salt Factory, Colorado's first female deputy marshal returns to Victorian England to find her stepfather dying in a remote cottage by the sea. But who is the strange little girl who heals the sick, and why has a circus owner followed Thelonia half way around the world?
Evie Woolmore is published by allonymbooks. Find out more about Evie and about the allonymbooks independent publishing project at allonymbooks.com