Eva Jordan Author Interview
by Kathryn Bax
Eva Jordan, born in Kent but living most of her life in a small Cambridgeshire town, describes herself as a lover of words, books, travel and chocolate. She is also partial to the odd glass or two of wine. Storytelling through the art of writing is her passion. Providing her with some of the inspiration for her writing, Eva is both a mum and step mum to four children. Her career has been varied including working within the library service and at a women's refuge. Eva has had several short stories published and currently writes a monthly column and book review for local magazine, The Fens. 183 Times A Year is Eva's debut novel.
183 Times A Year
Although tragic at times 183 Times A Year is a delightfully funny exploration of domestic love, hate, strength and ultimately friendship. A poignant and heartfelt look at the complex and diverse relationship between a mother and daughter, including boyfriends, love affairs and hangovers, set amongst the thorny realities of blended and extended families and the high level of frustration that occurs when families are faced with teenaged-angst and mid-life crises all at the same time.