Lee Stuart Evans

Lee Stuart Evans was born at Chesterfield and grew up in north Nottinghamshire. 

He's worked in television for over 20 years, and as a full-time comedy writer since 2002. He's written for many hit TV and radio shows including 8 Out of 10 Cats and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, The Jonathan Ross Show, The Frank Skinner Show, 10 O’clock Live, A League of Their Own, I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! Live At The Apollo and many more.

Words Best Sung is his first novel and has received the following nice comments:

"I very much enjoyed this debut novel. If you're a fan of Billy Liar, going down to London and the Kinks, so will you. #smashing" - Andy Miller, author The Year of Reading Dangerously.  

"Hilarious, touching, romantic...a really cracking read" - Sally Lindsay

"A lovely, heartfelt story" - Dave Johns, star of the Ken Loach Bafta and Palme d'Or-winning film, I, Daniel Blake.

"So evocative and lovingly written" - Nat Luurtsema, author Girl Out of Water

"A love-letter to Nottinghamshire" - Chloe Campbell, Left Lion magazine

"Cracking debut...plenty of laugh-out-loud lines...will be loved by anyone with a fondness for the Swinging Sixties" - John Baird, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature

“A nostalgic coming of age novel that’ll transport you back to the Sixties” - NottsLit blog

Words Best Sung is featured on this Backlisted Podcast


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