James E. Groves
James E. Groves, MD, is a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. A psychotherapist for more than four decades, he practices psychotherapy, supervises psychiatry and psychology trainees, and offers tutorials in literature and psychiatry.
Alan E. Kazdin
Alan Kazdin is Director of Yale's Parenting Center and Child Conduct Clinic. He has been called America's 'most eminent living child psychologist.' He is the author of several books on child psychology and behaviour that have been published in dozens of countries.
Donald E. Westlake
Donald E. Westlake (1933-2008) was a prolific author of crime fiction. In 1993, the Mystery Writers of America bestowed the society's highest honour on Westlake, naming him a Grand Master.
Philip Eade was born in Shropshire and read History at Bristol University. He was briefly a criminal barrister and later worked as a writer and editor on the obituaries desk of the Daily Telegraph. He lives in London and the Welsh marches.
Michael R. Eades
Mary Dan Eades MD and Michael R Eades MD are both qualified general practitioners and experts in nutritional health, weight loss and health related problems. They are the authors of PROTEIN POWER.
Mary Dan Eades
Mary Dan Eades MD and Michael R. Eades MD are both qualified general practitioners and experts in nutritional health, weight loss and health related problems. They are the authors of PROTEIN POWER.
Nicholas Eames was born to parents of infinite patience and unstinting support in Wingham, Ontario. Though he attended college for theatre arts, he gave up acting to pursue the infinitely more attainable profession of 'epic fantasy novelist'. Kings of the Wyld is his first novel. Nicholas loves black coffee, neat whiskey, the month of October and video games. He currently lives in Ontario, Canada, and is probably writing at this very moment.
Rae Earl was born in Stamford in Lincolnshire in 1971. She went to Hull University and following a brief stint at Parcel Force in Peterborough she joined one of Britain's biggest commercial radio groups as a copywriter in 1995. After six years of writing adverts that started with the line 'ATTENTION CARPET BUYERS!' Rae moved to broadcasting and now presents a breakfast show in the East Midlands together with her husband Kevin, for which she has been named British Midlands Radio Presenter of the Year.Rae Earl was born in Stamford in Lincolnshire in 1971. She went to Hull University and following a brief stint at Parcel Force in Peterborough she joined one of Britain's biggest commercial radio groups as a copywriter in 1995. After six years of writing adverts that started with the line 'ATTENTION CARPET BUYERS!' Rae moved to broadcasting and now presents a breakfast show in the East Midlands together with her husband Kevin, for which she has been named British Midlands Radio Presenter of the Year.
Rae Earl (author)Rae Earl was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire in 1971. After some adequate schooling she went to Hull University & won the Phillip Larkin prize for a frankly magnificent dissertation. She then did every job in a radio station except 'accountant'. Her books My Mad Fat Diary and My Madder Fatter Diary have been made into a TV show that is shown in more than 50 countries worldwide. My Mad Fat Diary has been nominated for a host of awards, incluidng two BAFTAS.Rae lives in Hobart, Australia where she is currently writing, amongst other things, a TV drama about a girls soccer team.
Liz Earle is best known for her passion for botanical beauty, natural health and wellbeing, as well as for environmental and sustainable sourcing. The bestselling author of over 30 books on looking good, eating well and healthy living, Liz is also one of Britain's leading businesswomen. Co-founding the multi award-winning Liz Earle Beauty Co. in 1995, which became Britain's largest independent beauty brand (now owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance, Liz remains connected), she received an MBE in recognition of her services to the beauty industry in 1997. Her latest business ventures include Liz Earle Fair & Fine Jewellery (certified Fairtrade) and Liz Earle Publishing. She publishes a quarterly magazine, Liz Earle Wellbeing, and has a series of new books being published. A committed philanthropist, Liz founded the 'second chance' charity LiveTwice in 2010 to offer opportunity, welfare and skills training to disadvantaged communities. She is an Ambassador for The Soil Association, The Sustainable Food Trust, the National Eczema Society, the National Osteoporosis Society, The Prince's Trust and Restart Africa, as well as a Patron of ACE Africa. She also co-founded the Guild of Health Writers and FLAG, the Food Labeling Agenda. An organic farmer, Liz campaigns on sustainable, environmental farming issues, including pasture-fed milk, ingredient traceability and provenance. www.LizEarleWellbeing.com
Phil Earle was born in the great city of Hull in 1974, and spent the next eighteen years playing a lot of sport, messing around in plays and trying to sing in bands. He has had jobs as a care worker in a residential kids' home and a bookseller, and now works as sales and marketing director for David Fickling books. In 2016, Phil was appointed as Reading charity BookTrust's new writer-in-residence. He lives on a hill in Yorkshire with his wife and three children and his favourite place to write is on the bus. Visit Phil's website, www.philearle.com, or follow him on twitter @philearle.
Phil Earle was born in the great city of Hull in 1974, and spent the next eighteen years playing a lot of sport, messing around in plays and trying to sing in bands. He has had jobs as a care worker in a residential kids' home and a bookseller, and now works as sales and marketing director for David Fickling books. He lives on a hill in South London with his wife and three children and his favourite place to write is on the bus.Sara Ogilvie won the Booktrust Best New Illustrators Award in 2011. Her bestselling collaboration with Anna Kemp, DOGS DON'T DO BALLET, was shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2010 and the Booktrust Early Years Award 2010. Her other collaborations with Anna include THE WORST PRINCESS and RHINOS DON'T EAT PANCAKES. Sara lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Tony Earley is the author of Jim the Boy, Here We Are in Paradise, and Somehow Form a Family. He lives with his family in Nashville, where he is the Samuel Milton Fleming Associate Professor of English at Vanderbilt University
Tim Earnshaw is the author of four books; three published by Gollancz in the UK: Helium, Godbox, and Murmur. Helium was reviewed as Book of the Month in Esquire Magazine, was optioned several times by Warner Bros and is now under option by Feelgood Fiction. After travelling around the US, Europe and the Far East, he settled with his third wife in Thailand, the setting for his fourth book Baddha (published by Cutting Edge Press 2012 - "one of the funniest, most honest travel books I've ever read" Amazon review). Currently he is writing The Sixty, a thriller set in Iraq and Dubai.
Cassandra Eason has been writing about angels for over twenty years. She lectures, broadcasts and gives workshops on all aspects of spirituality and magic in countries including the UK, USA, Scandinavia and Australia. She is the international bestselling author of more than forty-five titles.
Sarah is an experienced author and editor of children's books.
George East has enjoyed a spectacularly eclectic career path including stints as a pickled onion manufacturer, gravedigger, radio producer, publican and professional bed tester. Now dedicated to writing and to devising increasingly elaborate money-making schemes, George has settled in the Cotentin region of Normandy where he lives very happily with long-suffering wife Donella.
Nick East works as a children's book illustrator from a studio in the beautiful city of York, which he shares with two illustrator friends, a whippet called Alfie and a huge lurcher called Basil. He is the illustrator of the bestselling Goodnight Digger series. When not illustrating, he is out riding bikes and spending time with his family.
Patrick Easter was a police officer in the Met for thirty years and during that time was part of the Marine Police force. On retirement, he became a successful journalist writing both for technical journals and the national press. His stint with the Marine Police coupled with a love of 18th Century history make him the perfect author for this subject.
Caroline Eastman Bridges is co-author of Fresh Eggs Don't Float. She lives in the USA, and has found a new creative outlet in cooking. She is now a private chef and vegan baker.