Clara Peñalver (Granada, 1983) is a writer and creative consultant. She graduated in Biology at the University of Granada, where she lives. She has created Habitación Sellada ®, a method which integrates neuroscience and psychology with traditional narrative techniques and whose aim is to help writers maximize their creative potential not only in the literary sphere. For a time she was a TV presenter in the “La Mitad Invisible” cultural programme. She is the author of the novels: Sangre (El Páramo, 2009; Debolsillo, 2013), Cómo matar a una ninfa (Debolsillo, 2013), El juego de los cementerios (Debolsillo, 2014), La fractura del reloj de arena (Debolsillo, 2016) and Las voces de Carol(Ediciones B, 2018). She has also published collections of short stories and children’s books.