Deborah Wright graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English Literature. She divides her time between Sutton and her writing base near Manchester. Aside from her novels, she has recently been asked to contribute a story to the Girls Night In anthology.
Judith Wills is one of Britain's best-known slimming and nutrition experts. Former editor of Slimmer magazine, she has also made three bestselling videos and is an acclaimed cookery writer.
Damien Weighill was born in Hartlepool and attended Northumbria University where he excelled at colouring without going over the lines. He lives in London where he works as a graphic designer and freelance illustrator.
Richard Webber's knowledge of British television sitcoms is second to none and he has written a number of bestselling books on the subject as well as contributing to many newspapers and magazines over the years.
Jo Watson is a South African writer who has worked as a TV scriptwriter and storyliner, play write, copywriter and features writer for the past ten years. Her romantic comedies were originally published on Wattpad and were sensationally popular, with over 5.8 million views and more than 400,000 reads. When Jo's not writing she can be found watching copious amounts of TV series and listening to Depeche Mode. Follow her on Twitter @JoWatsonWrites and find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jowatsonwrites.
Born in 1948, Neil Warnock has enjoyed a long career in football. His 11-year career as a player saw him make 326 appearances for clubs including Scunthorpe United, Barnsley, York City, and Crewe. He began his managerial career at Burton Albion in 1981 and has since managed Gainsborough Trinity, Scarborough, Notts County, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth Argyle, Oldham Athletic and Bury. He managed Sheffield United from 1999 to 2007.
Geoffrey Wansell is an accalimed biographer, whose previous subjects include Cary Grant and Sir James Goldsmith. His biography of playwright Terence Rattigan was shortlisted as the Whitbread Book of the Year in 1995. He has written for The Times, the Observer and the Sunday Telegraph and produced the 20th Century-Fox film 'When the Whales Came'. He was born in Scotland and now lives in Dorset.
Guy Walters was a journalist on The Times for eight years, travelling around the world and reporting on a wide variety of subjects. He is married to the author Annabel Venning and they have one son. He is also the co-editor of THE VOICE OF WAR, an anthology of World War Two memoirs.
Since she shot to fame in 2002 after appearing on Popstars: The Rivals, Kimberley Walsh has been best known as one-fifth of Girls Aloud, the most successful British girl-band ever. Her career has gone from strength to strength, and after twenty top-ten singles with the band, she's now striking out on her own. A starring role in West End smash Shrek The Musical was followed by a glittering turn on Strictly Come Dancing, where she made it all the way to the final - a true test of her popularity. Now embarking on a solo career, Kimberley has finally decided to tell her story.