Emma Rose Millar was born in Birmingham – a child of the seventies. She is a single mum, lives with her young son who keeps her very busy and very happy. Emma left school at 16, later studied for an Open University degree in Humanities with English Literature. She has had a variety of jobs including chocolatier, laboratory technician and editorial assistant for a magazine, but now works part-time as an interpreter.
Emma writes historical fiction and children’s picture books. She won the Legend category of the Chaucer Awards with FIVE GUNS BLAZING in 2014. Her novella THE WOMEN FRIENDS: SELINA, based on the work of Gustav Klimt and co-written with author Miriam Drori will be published in December 2016 by Crooked Cat Books. She is currently writing her third novel, DELIRIUM, a Victorian ghost story.
Emma is an avid fan of live music and live comedy and enjoys skating, swimming and yoga.