Claire Fuller is a writer, artist and sculptor. Her debut novel, Our Endless Numbered Days, was hailed in the press as ‘extraordinary’, ‘bewitching’ and ‘utterly riveting’. It won the 2015 Desmond Elliott Prize, was nominated for the Edinburgh First Book Award and was longlisted for the Waveton Good Read Award. It was also selected as a Richard and Judy Book Club Pick.
Claire originally studied sculpture, specialising in wood and stone carving, influences which permeate her debut novel. After a career in marketing, Claire began writing fiction at the age of forty.
Claire lives in Winchester with her husband and has two grown-up children. Her second novel, Swimming Lessons, was published in Spring 2017.