All About Eve
Eve Phillips was born in London, England in 1928, the daughter of a Naval Lieutenant and a mother working for the War Office. She lived through much of the hardship and danger of World War II, serving as a teenager in the Girls' Training Corps. She has subsequently worked for the Natural History Museum in London, sold toys in Harrods, trained and worked as a hospital play therapist, been a National Children's Home housemother to a dozen teenagers, acted at the Edinburgh Festival, and owned her own bookshop. She has written extensively for local radio, runs a weekly writers group and is a member of The Society of Authors and Society of Women Writers and Journalists.
Eve as a girl with her Brother, later to become Flt/Lt Peter Forrow
Eve Phillips now lives in Winchester, Hampshire, has three children, and six grandchildren. Her interests include the theatre, Shakespeare, reading, music of all kinds and listening to other people's conversations.