Ashley Ream got her first job writing for newspapers when she was 16. Since then, her career has taken her all over the Midwest, Gulf and West Coasts with more moves than she would care to count.
Her debut novel, Losing Clementine, which sold at auction, was a Barnes & Noble debut pick, a Sutter Home Book Club pick and was short-listed for the Balcones Fiction Prize. Her latest, The 100 Year Miracle, was named an Amazon Best Book of the Month and selected as the 2017 Whidbey Island all-island read. The Seattle Times called it “an absorbing story with an arresting premise,” and The Charlotte Observer said, “Every page holds little treasures of observation.”
She and her books have appeared in L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Bust Magazine, the Toronto Star, The Seattle Times and the Kansas City Star, among many others. She is now settled in Seattle, where she lives with her husband, runs ultramarathons and is finishing her next novel.
“Where is all this going to lead? To places only Ashley Ream’s boundless imagination could envision.” —Toronto Star