Emma Clark Lam
Author & Blogger
FORBIDDEN LOVE AND DANGEROUS PASSIONS IN THE TROPICS
A jealous husband, a wife torn between duty and her desire for a more fulfilling life. Maggie has made bad choices along the way, but does she deserve a second chance? In the exotic world of 1970s Jakarta, she's about to risk everything to follow her heart...
NAMED BY ELLE MAGAZINE AS 'BEST HOLIDAY READING' FOR IBIZA
Maud, a young actress in war-torn London, has a passionate love affair with a navel officer. Forty years later, an orphaned teenager in Ibiza sets out to unravel a family scandal - what happened to Maud and why will no one talk about her?
Welcome to my website! I am an author and a blogger. Since 2012, I have published two historical novels on Amazon’s Kindle platform. My third book is taking shape after I won a place on the Curtis Brown Creative writing course. Scribbling away makes me happy, as does walking my black Labrador in the local countryside. When someone tells me they can’t put down one of my books, that makes my day!
My blog An Author's Notebook views the world through a literary eye. Posts range from a wry look at family life to travel diaries, interviews and general thoughts about dealing with middle age. Before I turned to fiction, journalism was my thing - BBC News Online and the financial press. Click here for a full acount of what I've done. Or you could just read a book, preferably one of mine...
Emma is such a talented writer and her books are easy to read as they flow so smoothly that you quickly become engrossed in the story.
I particularly loved the wartime sections of A Sister for Margot and how these were interwoven with the modern settings. Intelligently plotted, engrossing period detail and thoughtfully portrayed characters.
The Puppet Master transports you into an exotic, high-society world... Heartbreaking, spell-binding and beautifully written.
Mrs E.J. Wildgoose,
TIME WITH THE TRIBE
A little tribute to the joys of female friendship! I've just got back from a weekend away with my university besties. Nothing like old friends to restore you. Read more
Feeling emotional as the summer ends and my son strides off to another year at secondary school. These watershed moments always get me. More about the tug of nostalgia
WHAT DID YOU SAY?
Walking the dog made me realise how language is a subtle tool. My biggest weakness is using too many modifiers - a bit, slightly, rather. Read about my linguistic issues
POWER OF FRIENDSHIP
It has been a painstaking process, but slowly my third novel is taking shape. I owe an enormous debt to friends who have helped to critique my work. More about friendly influences
My short story, Moonlight Jasmine, is shortlisted in the Henley Literary Festival's 2015 Short Story Competition. Read about Connie's secret
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