About me

Megan Lloyd Davies has co-authored twelve books – including three Sunday Times and two New York Times bestsellers. Ghost Boy, co-authored with Martin Pistorius, stayed on the NYT list for more than three months and her books have been translated into twenty-seven languages, as well as optioned for feature and documentary films. 

Megan was a local and national news reporter before writing her first book in 2010. Since then, she’s worked on multiples genres ranging from the story of Sudanese child solder Emmanuel Jal (selected by the Washington Post as one of its books of 2009) to celebrity memoir. She was also a contributing editor at Grazia magazine and has co-authored books with two of the UK’s most recognisable businesswomen: Pallex founder and Dragons Den alumni Hilary Devey, and businesswoman and Better Business Act co-chair Mary Portas

Megan has worked across multiple topic areas ranging from miscarriages of justice and sex trafficking to the future of work.