Published by Tinder Press 14th July 2016Set in London in 1837, this is the story of Sarah Gale, a seamstress, nurse and mother, sentenced to hang for her role in the murder of Hannah Brown on the eve of her wedding.
After Sarah petitions for mercy, Edmund Fleetwood is appointed to investigate and consider whether justice has been done. Idealistic, but struggling with his own demons, Edmund is determined to seek out the truth.
'I'm sure it would never have been published had it not been for your wonderful advice, particularly on pace.'Anna Mazzola
Published by Vanguard, Press, an imprint of Pegasus Books.When Nick Summers accidentally kills an intruder in his home, he kick-starts a chain of events that will have terrible and unforeseen consequences for him and his wife...
'My thanks go to Eve Seymour for her advice, guidance, availability and enthusiasm.'C.T. Sullivan.
Published by Orenda Books.One Man. An oil Company. A decision that could cost his life...
I would also like to thank Eve Seymour for her fabulous reviews, support and introductions...Paul Hardisty
Published by Three Hares.Scott Walker is a fugitive from the quicksands of Finance, with one card to play. As he fights for survival and vengeance, one question torments him: what price will the world have to pay?'
'E.V. Seymour, she made my book so much better it's hard to give her enough credit: lovely ideas, encouragement and a clinical eye. Great job!'Luca Pesaro.
When Cabinet Minister Charles Scott commits suicide, his troubled psychotherapist, Sam Keddie, is consumed with guilt. But then a shadowy Government official visits, demanding details of his sessions with Scott. Bound by client confidentiality, Keddie refuses to help. Guilt is soon the least of his problems...
'It took me about a year to pen the first draft (I wrote in my lunchbreak at work) and then I did lots of rewrites, working on advice from an agent and the brilliant Eve Seymour at The Writers' Workshop.'Paddy Magrane
Published by GWL Publishing'Memento Mori is a deeply dark and disturbing novel, not without the occasional flash of ghoulish humour, but a journey nonetheless into the most unlit corners of the human mind. The terrors that lurk in those shadowy corners may make you rush to finish the book and put it down to go to sleep - with the light on.' Crime Fiction Lover
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When Jake Summers, a university student, is viciously attacked and left for dead, newly promoted D.I. Fiona Brightman finds herself on the trail of a couple of young thugs on a spree of brutal assaults...
'This novel grew out of an actual incident that I heard recounted. As it was my first completed novel I sought professional advice via Writer's Workshop, who hooked me up with Eve Seymour. This resulted in a complete re-write and a much stronger finished product.'Paula K. Randall
Published by GWL PublishingA crime thriller, in which two ex-Royal Marines are pitted against a former child soldier, and of the most brutal gangs in Manchester:
'Sometimes brothers are the only people you can rely on.'
'Writers Workshop found me a structural editor who quickly knocked my manuscript into shape, helping me to dramatically improve it and get published.'David Beckler