Emma Clayton spent her teens playing in indie
bands, digging holes, and doodling with comic artists. In her twenties, she
studied screenwriting and became an author. She won praise from The New York Times and VOYA magazine for her first two novels, The Roar and The Whisper, which were inspired
by her love of film, particularly those of Stephen Spielberg she had watched as
In her spare
time, Emma enjoys hiking up England’s mistier mountains, driving her leaky Land
Rover and eating Reese’s peanut butter cups. She lives in Leamington Spa, England
with her family.