Louise Katherine Chapman was born in Somerset, UK, in 1986. She studied Psychology at the University of Southampton before working as a psychologist designing personality questionnaires for a consultancy company.
She published her first book, Networked, in 2014- a science-fiction novel that challenges what it means to have a human life; calling into question our ideas about happiness, mortality and the meaningfulness of our existence. In the story, LK Chapman draws on her own experiences of depression- and in particular how it affects a romantic relationship- to inspire the fictional account of depression that runs through the book. Her second novel, psychological thriller Anything for Him was published in 2016, and follows the attempt of a deeply troubled man to get revenge on the friend he claims stole his first girlfriend and ruined his life.
LK Chapman lives in Hampshire, with her husband and young family.