Eve Makis studied at Leicester University and worked as a journalist and radio presenter in the UK and Cyprus before becoming a novelist.
Her first novel, Eat, Drink and be Married, published by Transworld, was awarded the Young Booksellers International Book of the Year Award. A screen adaptation of her third book, Land of the Golden Apple, won several best in category awards at International Film Festivals and is due to be screened in April 2017. Her forth novel, The Spice Box Letters, published in five languages, was shortlisted for the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize and the East Midlands Book Award. She has co-written The Accidental Memoir with Anthony Cropper, which inspires readers to tell their own life story. It is published by Fourth Estate in July 2018.
Eve is a part time tutor in creative writing at Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent University. She is married with two children.
Represented by: Diana Beaumont
The Accidental Memoir (Fourth Estate, 2018)
The Spice Box Letters (Sandstone Press, 2015)
Land of the Golden Apple (Transworld, 2008)
The Mother in Law (Transworld, 2006)
Eat, Drink and Be Married (Transworld, 2005)