Robert Wells became an Elvis fan at the age of 11 and he remains one more than 60 years later. This deep affection and knowledge translate into these stories which present a comic vision of the life of the King of Rock and Roll.
He has made a pilgrimage to Graceland, Tupelo and the Sun recording studio, as well as spending a night in the Burning Love suite at Heartbreak Hotel.
He is a former journalist whose first job was with the Wolverhampton Express & Star, and later a corporate communications publisher based in London. A widower with a son and daughter, he and his partner live in Leighton Buzzard.
Robert’s interests include, naturally, rock and roll, and he has amassed a superb collection of Elvis records, his favourite being ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’. Other interests are Charles Dickens, ancient Greek and Roman history, and gravestones.