Richard Easter

Richard Easter has been a professional writer since 1987. He has worked in radio, TV, the music industry and print, including regular writing for primetime BBC1 and ITV1, broadcasting on Radio 1 & Radio 2, working on The New Musical Express and writing material, for, amongst others, Harry Hill and Peter Kay


He’s a displaced Essex boy now living in Manchester, but has still singularly failed to pick up the smallest hint of a Northern accent. 

 The Gentle Art of Forgetting – a story of memory, true love, loss, magic, death and regret – is his first novel. This book is also the first part of the “Snow Trilogy”, three stories bound together by similar themes of love, loss, memory and, of course, snow.