Clay Harmon

Clay Harmon grew up just outside Yosemite National Park, where he ran as a long-distance runner and helped lead his high school’s military program. Random accolades include winning first place in a state competition in the aforementioned military program, as well as trying (and failing) to get his pilot’s license by the time he finished 12th grade. He did manage to rack up a few dozen hours of flight time though.

His love for writing started on Star Wars forums as a kid, which graduated to full blown novel-writing when he started college. His first job was as a dishwasher in a Greek restaurant at twelve years old, and he eventually found his way working in a Barnes & Noble once his love for writing took over his life. He now works at a company that writes software for nonprofit organizations.

In his off-time, he lifts weights, loses at video games, and terrorizes his cats. He currently lives in Saratoga Springs, Utah, with his wife.

Find Clay on his website or follow him on Twitter.

Bibliography

  • The Rift Walker
    Flames of Mira (#1)
    Clay Harmon
     

Reviews

The Rift Walker

Flames of Mira (#1)
"The dark tone, expansive world-building, sensational magic, and characters who are definitely of the morally gray variety, this is a book and series that I feel will make some big waves"

Out of This World SFF

"The Flames of Mira is an extraordinary world unlike any you’ve read before."

FanFiAddict

"Flames of Mira is an exciting, explosive debut, rich with complex characters, hard moral choices, and an intriguing magic system that fans of epic fantasy will love."

J.T. Greathouse, author of The Hand of the Sun King

"Clay Harmon’s FLAMES OF MIRA is a tale of pain, suffering, and the pursuit of redemption set in a world of deep shadow and bright flame. Definitely don’t miss this this one."

Zac Topping, author of Wake of War

"With some of the most unique and fascinating worldbuilding I've ever seen in a fantasy novel, the Flames of Mira is a captivating read from start to finish."

Nick Martell, author of The Two-Faced Queen