about me

This is a photo of Elle Everhart. She is standing in the middle of God's Own Junkyard, a neon shop/museum in Walthamstow, East London. Elle is in the centre of the image wearing lowtop converse, black leggings, a black jumper, a black face mask, and a long tan wool coat. Elle is bent slightly and laughing at the camera. The lighting is a soft pink and there are neon signs all over the wall behind her. There is a tan two-seat leather sofa behind her and a wooden coffee table half in view in the right foreground of the image.

My name is Elle Everhart (she/her/hers) and I’m so happy you’re here.

I write romantic comedies featuring the internet, sarcasm, and lots of queer characters (especially bisexual characters because I, too, cuff my jeans and can’t properly sit in chairs).

I live in East London and work as a secondary English teacher. When I’m not writing, you’ll catch me watching a whole lot of YouTube, obsessing over the worst shows Netflix has to offer, and hanging around with my son. Wanderlust is my debut novel, and my second novel, Hot Summer, will be out 25 June 2024.

I’m represented by Jill Marr at the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency. I am represented for film and tv by Debbie Deuble Hill at APA.