Emma Grey is the author of five books, including the romantic comedy, The Last Love Note. She wrote the novel in the wake of her husband’s death, as a fictional tribute to their love, an attempt to articulate the magnitude of her loss and a life-affirming commitment to hope. She has two YA novels, Unrequited: Boy band meets girl and Tilly Maguire and the Royal Wedding Mess. Together with ARIA-winning composer, Sally Whitwell, she wrote a musical based on Unrequited: Deadpan Anti-fan. Her non-fiction book about productivity, I Don’t Have Time, is co-authored with Audrey Thomas, and her first book was a parenting memoir, Wits’ End Before Breakfast! Confessions of a Working Mum. Emma lives just outside Canberra, where her world centres on her family, writing, photography and endlessly chasing the Aurora Australis.