Matt Lynn is a thriller writer and financial commentator. He has written regularly for Bloomberg and The Sunday Times. His action-adventure Death Force thrillers feature a group of mercenaries fighting around the world. He is the author of Bust: Greece, The Euro and The Sovereign Debt Crisis.
Jackie Lynch (Dip ION, mBANT) qualified as a Registered Nutritional Therapist at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and launched the WellWellWell clinic in London, where she now practises. Jackie is a regular contributor to the Mail on Sunday with regular features in the health pages. She also writes the I Am What I Eat column for Reveal Magazine as well as articles for Top Santé and Net Doctor. Most recently, Jackie appeared in the latest series of Channel 4's Superfoods. She was the nutrition expert at the Menopause - The Silent Taboo panel discussion, organised by the Wellbeing of Women charity and moderated by Kirsty Wark. A sought-after speaker, Jackie runs regular nutritional seminars and workshops for blue-chip companies such as Bloomberg, PWC and Thales. Since 2011, Jackie has been the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition.Jackie's first book, The Right Bite was Netgalley Book of the Month.
Born in Shrewsbury to Scottish parents, Sandy Lyle became one of the best golfers Britain has ever produced. He topped the European Order of Merit three times, won two Majors - the Open and the Masters - and was also the only European ever to have won the 'fifth Major', the prestigious Players' Championship in Florida. He played in five consecutive Ryder Cups and is still a regular on the Tour.
Born in London, Jonathan Lunn started writing at the age of fifteen. He studied history at the University of Leicester, where he became involved in politics. He worked for six years as a spin doctor for the modern-day equivalent of the Whigs. He now lives in Bristol.
Richard Lumsden has worked as an actor, writer and composer in television, film and theatre for 30 years. As an actor his films include Downhill, Sightseers, Sense & Sensibility and The Darkest Hour, as well as numerous television shows and theatre productions. THE SIX LOVES OF BILLY BINNS is his first novel.
Deana Luchia has a Masters in Professional Writing and is a journalist who writes about parenting, pets, happiness and love. She also blogs about her various rescue dogs. She lives in London with her children and three wise canines, one of whom is Harry.@happyasharry1
Anthony Loyd is an award-winning special correspondent for THE TIMES. A former army officer, he served in Northern Ireland and the first Gulf war, then left the army in 1991. At the start of 1993 he hitchhiked to Bosnia, living there throughout the war until 1996. His critically acclaimed book, MY WAR GONE BY, I MISS IT SO, was the result of his experiences there and parallel battles with heroin addiction. He has subsequently worked in numerous conflict zones including Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Chechnya, Ethiopia, Algeria and Sierre Leone. In addition to THE TIMES, his stories have been published in the NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, ESQUIRE, GQ, ARENA, the SUNDAY TIMES and the SUNDAY TELEGRAPH. Twice commended for his work in the British Press Awards, he was also nominated Foreign Freelancer of the Year in 1994 for his coverage in Bosnia. In 2001 he was voted Foreign Correspondent of the Year for his work in Afghanistan post-September 11th.
Demi Lovato is one of the most successful pop stars in the world and has released 5 albums. Her most recent album Confident has been nominated for a Grammy Award. She was the star of the record-breaking Camp Rock franchise as well as Sonny with a Chance. Outside of the entertainment industry, Demi is involved with several social and environmental causes. She started The Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program in 2013 and also serves as an official Ambassador for We Day as well as Free the Children.
Graham Lord was literary editor and weekly books columnist of the Sunday Express for many years, during which time he interviewed almost every major novelist and bestseller, from P.G. Wodehouse to Ruth Rendell. He is an author of both non-fiction and fiction.
Laura London is the pen name for the husband and wife writing team Tom and Sharon Curtis. Married more than forty years, Tom and Sharon published ten historical and contemporary romance novels from 1976 to 1986, many of which have come to be regarded as classics in the genre. The Windflower is in numerous top 100 lists of best romances of the twentieth century, including on Goodreads, The Romance Reader, All About Romance, and Dear Author.Find out the latest at www.facebook.com/lauralondonauthor.
Dr Robert Lomas lectures in engineering at Bradford University, and was involved in the early development of personal computers. He is the author of many bestselling books, including international bestsellers on Freemasonry such as THE HIRAM KEY and URIEL'S MACHINE.
Phoebe Locke is the pseudonym of full-time writer Nicci Cloke. She previously worked at the Faber Academy, and hosted London literary salon Speakeasy. She lives and writes in Cambridgeshire.THE TALL MAN is Phoebe Locke's debut thriller and was published in summer 2018.
Stephen Lloyd Jones
Stephen Lloyd Jones's debut novel, The String Diaries, was a BBC Radio 2 Book Club selection, a Kindle Editor's Pick, and was translated into nine languages. The Disciple is his third novel, and his previous books have been optioned for television. Aside from his family, Stephen's passions are strong coffee, telling stories and spending time in the mountains. He lives with his wife and three young sons.
Dominic Littlewood spent 15 years in car sales and made his first TV appearance on Channel 4's Faking It, where he taught a vicar how to be a second-hand car dealer in just one month. He has presented BBC 2's Wrong Car Right Car, BBC1's To Buy or Not to Buy and BBC2's How I Made My Property Fortune. In 2006 he began presenting Don't Get Done, Get Dom, in which he resolves consumer and bureaucratic nightmares. Dominic is also a reporter on The One Show, contributes to Top Gear magazine, and has written pieces for the motoring section of the Daily Telegraph. Most recently he competed on BB1's Strictly Come Dancing.
Elinor Lipman`s sharp, funny, life-enhancing fiction is loved by readers everywhere, and by writers as varied as Anita Shreve and Nigella Lawson, Maggie O`Farrell and Carol Shields. Her novels include The Inn at Lake Devine, Isabel`s Bed and The Way Men Act. Lipman`s novel Then She Found Me was the basis for a major film of the same name, released in 2008. She lives in New York.
John Lewis-Stempel is the author and editor of numerous previous books including England: The Autobiography and Eye-witness D-Day. He lives on a farm in Herefordshire with his wife and two children.
Tony Lewis won a double Blue (cricket and rugby) at Cambridge before starting a career in cricket for Glamorgan and England, whom he captained eight times. He was a BBC broadcaster from 1974-98, and then became president of the MCC from 1998-2000.
Pam Lewis was born in Los Angeles California and has lived in Montreal, New Jersey, Washington DC, New York, San Francisco, and Middlesex Vermont. She now lives in rural Storrs Connecticut and travels extensively.
ELISABETH ANNE LEONARD has degrees from St. John's College, the University of Pittsburgh, Kent State University, and the University of California- Hastings College of Law. She lives in Northern California. This is her first novel. anneleonardbooks.com
Judith Lennox grew up in rural Hampshire and studied at the University of Lancaster, where she met her husband Iain; they have three sons, three grandsons and a granddaughter. Judith lives with her husband in Cambridge.