Win a free copy of This We Know in an interview with author Tom Evan’s

In this week’s Thursday Throng we have a self-confessed ‘thinker’ in our midst. His books so far explore the creative process, philosophy and creative productivity. He also offers a time management programme called Bending Time, which explores the relationship between time and consciousness. Finally, he’s offering one lucky commenter the chance to win a copy of his book, This We Know which sets out to explore two simple questions. What do we really know? And what don’t we know?

this we knowThe Book Review

This We Know is short, elegant and perfectly formed. It asks two simple questions, what do we know and what don’t we know? It is thought provoking and enticing in that simplicity and provides the reader with a chance to ‘get out of their own brain’ for a while to think about some of the bigger questions in life.

On the whole it offers facts and a different perspective with which to both consider and understand them. However, a few points he offers are simply one man’s opinion, and given that the rest of the book is so well structured, they could cause some readers to feel that the whole is no longer viable.

If you can look past these though and see the bigger picture that Tom is trying to present, you will almost certainly find yourself with a head full of different thoughts that could just be the catalyst you need to ignite action.

tom evansThe Interview

What is one thing that no-one would usually know about you?

That I am as close to a real life wizard as you can get and I find myself doing all sorts of magic with time and space, like healing and tuning into the words I have yet to write.

What did the best review you ever had say about you and your work?

I am in awe, just awe … and without words to describe the book I have just read in the last hour from start to finish. Tom Evans you are amazing. This We Know is fab, easy to read and understand, written in terminology that everyone can experience with their own way of perceiving.

How did you choose a title for your book?

This We Know was inspired by a quote from Chief Seattle which I first heard on Godley and Creme’s album. One World One Voice.

Have you ever wished that you could be or do anything else instead of writing, and if so what?

Be an astronaut, or steam train driver.

Have you ever written naked?

Only metaphorically as I bared my soul when I wrote my latest work, This We Know.

Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?

Write something every day, no matter how small. And subscribe to so you learn a new word every day.

Where do you find your inspiration?

From meditation or when out walking the dogs.

Have you had to learn new skills and tricks or attempted impossible feats in order to get a book finished?

I learned how to stretch time by changing the speed of my consciousness so I could get more done in less linear time.

What is the strangest thing you have ever had to do to promote a book?

I walked around London at night in a bra for 26 miles with 15,00 women on the Moonwalk to promote my first book, 100 Years of Ermintrude

Do you have any favourite resources you would like to share with our readers?

Scrivener, iThoughts and iAWriter apps for iPad and Powtoon for book trailers (see below)

If you could commit the perfect murder where would you hide the body?

In the future.


How to Win a Copy of This We Know

To be in with a chance of winning your own ebook copy of This We Know by Tom,  all you need to do is leave a comment for him at the end of this blog post. At the end of next month or in early July I’ll pick a winner and let them know they’ll get the ebook.


Where can you find out more about Tom Evans and buy a copy of This We Know?

You can find Tom hanging out on his own website He can be found on Twitter with the handle @thebookwright and on his Facebook page. You can also find him on Pinterest for the book here: and finally, my own favourite social network, LinkedIn.

If you can’t wait for the giveaway to end, you can find ‘This We Know’ on Amazon in the UK and on Amazon in the US, and on Goodreads too.


Why ‘The Thursday Throng’?

These posts are called The Thursday Throng in honour of the throng that waits eagerly outside the book store when a new author is doing a book signing event or appearance. On this website it takes the form of a ‘Meet the Author‘ online event with some information about our author’s latest book and an interview. If you would like to take part in the Thursday Throng then why not visit Thursday Throng Author Interview Guidelines to find out more.

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  1. Thank you Susan. I estimate that there is a near infinity of things we don’t know compared to what we do – and that’s conservative 😉

  2. It is such an interesting question … also the question do we know what we don’t know? Like string theory …
    Thank you for this interview. I enjoyed it.