Leslie Cameron lives in southern Scotland with his Thai-born wife and a bag of golf clubs. He has written all his life – and freely admits that essay writing was only subject that earned any kind of success at school. Before turning to fiction, Leslie earned his living as technical author – and has produced many volumes of user material for some of the world’s larger and more influential companies. In 2011, he married Thamonwan in Bangkok. He also has two daughters from his first marriage and enjoys the company of his five grandchildren, aged twenty to thirty. Leslie is a sports fanatic; follows cricket and football – and plays mid-handicap golf as often as the weather will allow. Although officially retired, he now writes to earn the fare for another foreign adventure. Most likely, to return to Thailand and spend time with Thamonwan’s family.
Dr. Thanapol (Lamduan) Chadchaidee, a Suphan Buri native, has written over 50 books in both Thai and English covering a wide range of topics from business English to politics and Thai culture. He has extensive experience of academic teaching, news editing, and writing educational textbooks. His motto in life: "I was born a poor child, but I will never die a poor man."
LaShunda Coleman is a resident of Hope Mills, North Carolina. She is the co-founder of FREE Worship Ministries, a Mission & Outreach ministry in southeast North Carolina. Her passion is witnessing the intimate, life-changing power of God in the lives of those who seek Him; and her mission is to share the love of God with one person at a time. She is a gifted author, teacher and counselor in Biblical Studies. LaShunda has earned a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling and a Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Counseling from Liberty University, Lynchburg Virginia. She is the wife of Reverend Terry Coleman and the mother of three daughters and three grandchildren.
Poet, novelist and educationist, he is a maverick who elopes with travel, honeymoons with fractured sunsets and sleeps with dusk but is married to words. Bob has inspired countless students in his teaching career, teaching them that happiness comes from a healthy body and mind. Many of his students hold eminent posts as medical doctors, army men, air pilots, DJs, business magnates, you name it. Most of them are constantly in touch with him even after his service in the teaching field. Since more than a decade he has been running his own teaching institute for English where he also gives talks on Happiness that can be achieved by living a simple life, minimum wants and living one day at a time. That is, living for the Now. Giving poetry readings at gatherings at home and abroad he is also Associate Poetry Editor of Eastlit, a literary journal published from Thailand. Bob is the founding member of Asia Pacific Writers and Translators headquartered in Hong Kong and is a member of Foundation of SAARC Writers and Literature (FOSWAL), the SAARC Apex body.
Marvin Gray is an American humor columnist for the Observer magazine in Hua Hin, Thailand, having published over 25 articles since 2010. Maggie May is his first novel and They Only Come Out at Night his second novel. He graduated with a General Education Development Certificate from Hoboken Adult Education Institute with honors. He has lived and worked in Afghanistan, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Iraq, Pakistan, and Thailand. He speaks Arabic, Spanish, and Urdu-Hindi. Marvin plays the harpsichord, enjoys jousting and extreme winter sports, and volunteers for numerous charitable events.He lives with his two soul mates, Pet and Rave—twin sisters and former professional dancers—along with their kitten Sebastian Cabot in a loft above a gentleman’s club in Los Angeles.
Dr. Christopher Hertzog graduated from Cambridge University, and is qualified in both Medicine and Law. He is a Director of Supercardiol Plc, and specializes in Anti-aging Medicine (AAM), based on the Chicago A4M model, as well as product-ledcancer and terminal cancer research. He is co-author of Rathbone's 'Fountain of Youth'.He has promoted Anti-aging Conferences in Miami and Seattle, and presently conducts privately funded research into various therapies, which essentially do not exhibit adverse side-effects. These include Gerovital GH3, GH3 Cream, oral secretagogues and the latest range of anti-oxidants. He is raising funds to build clinics worldwide, which will embody these principles.
Hincks, Anthony T.
Hmmm, let's see. I am fifty-seven years of age, and I am married with one daughter. I wrote eight books previously, but they were done at a time in my life that I wouldn't call stable. The English in them was not all that good, and I only wanted to get them published so that I had a record of them getting done. All, but one were published under the name Anthony Hawes, and I am currently in the process of rewriting these books so that they will be better. In the last year I have also published, on Goodreads.com, over 1,500 quotes/sayings under the name Anthony T. Hincks. They are published, and used all over the world, and have appeared in newspapers, newsletters, books, and other publications. They have also appeared alongside many famous people, which I find quite humbling and rewarding. I love to write! I am more Buddhist, than anything else, and I believe that this is where a lot of my inspiration comes from for my quotes. I love animals, the environment, life, and I try to look for the best in people not matter what their background or circumstances. So, that's me in a nutshell, as they say.Thank you.