London born, Fran Clark’s first novel, Holding Paradise, was published by Indigo Dreams Publishing in April 2014. During that year, Fran passed her Creative Writing MA with Distinction at Brunel University. Her second novel, When Skies Are Grey, was shorlisted for the SI Leeds Literary Prize 2016.
Fran has been a ghost writer of women’s fiction and has written numerous articles for online magazines.
Under the pseudonym, Rosa Temple, Fran signed a three book deal with HQ Digital an imprint of Harper Collins.
She is signed to Susan Yearwood Agency
Fran has worked as a professional singer and song-writer. Still writing and recording music, Fran teachers vocals and runs a contemporary choir.
Now living in the Herefordshire countryside, Fran experiments with vegan cookery, relaxes with yoga and creates stories in the peace and tranquillity of her country cottage.