Evette Davis Quotes
“It's common knowledge in the industry that people often lie, or minimize things, when they participate in surveys, No one wants to tell a stranger they drink four cocktails a night, or eat junk food for every meal. It's the same with their views on candidates and political issues. Most people won't tell you they don't like someone when they have to look you in the eye. None of that would matter for me, though, because I would know their true emotions whether they shared them or not.”
“For a moment, I felt sorry for him. The pain and disappointment of his life hung about him like a cloak. It permeated the air, giving him a rank and bitter scent. This, I mused, was an example of human betrayal left festering, and I felt some compassion for the man whose life had been so disturbed by his wife's ambitions and dishonesty.”
- Date of birth: September 15
- Born: in Los Angeles , The United States.
- Description: Evette Davis is the author of the Dark Horse Trilogy. When she's not writing novels, Davis helps runs a boutique San Francisco-based public affairs firm. She's also on the board of Litquake, San Francisco’s iconic literary festival.
Prior to establishing her firm, Davis worked in Washington as a press secretary for a member of Congress, and as a reporter for daily newspapers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
In 2014 Davis founded Flesh & Bone, an independent publishing imprint. Her writing has also been published in the San Francisco Chronicle, Book Country and Searching for Superwoman. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, daughter and dog.
For more information, visit www.evettedavis.com, , or her Pinterest and Facebook pages, and follow her on Twitter @SFEvette.