Jennie Melamed is a psychiatric nurse practitioner who specialises in working with traumatised children. She lives in Seattle. This is her first novel.
Louise Mensch is the author of fifteen novels under the name Louise Bagshawe and has been a top ten bestseller. She has also been published in more than eight languages. Her most recent novel, BEAUTY, is written as Louise Mensch, the name for which she became known in the UK as an MP for the Conservative Party. She is an active user of social media, runs a blog and is the mother of three children. She now lives with her husband, Peter Mensch, in New York.
Anthony Middleton, Colin Maclachlan, Jason 'Foxy' Fox and Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton make up the Directing Staff on the Channel 4 series SAS: Who Dares Wins, where they put members of the public through the rigours of a simulated SAS selection process. Together they have dozens of tours of Afghanistan, Northern Ireland, Iraq and Sierra Leone under their belts and have all served in the UK's Special Forces (SAS or SBS).
Ali Miller is a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, certified weight management specialist and therapeutic lifestyle healthcare practitioner. Ali has dedicated her career to revolutionising food-as-medicine in treatment and prevention of disease. She has a passion to create public awareness regarding the significant role diet plays in our overall health.https://www.alimillerrd.com/
Steve Miller is a successful motivator who specialises in training company executives in positive thinking. His straight-talking, practical style has been developed over twenty years spent in business and human resource management. In January 2009 he featured in a weekly slot on GMTV, giving expert career advice to viewers and coaching them to succeed in interviews. His charisma, wit and verve make him a TV natural, and he has now been appointed as a regular TV expert for Channel M, a regional channel covering North-west England.
Mark Mills graduated from Cambridge University in 1986. He has lived in both Italy and France, and has written for the screen. His first novel, THE WHALEBOAT HOUSE, won the 2004 Crime Writers' Association Award for Best Novel by a debut author. His second, THE SAVAGE GARDEN, was a Richard and Judy Summer Read and a No. 1 bestseller. Under the name Mark B. Mills, he has written the comic novel, WAITING FOR DOGGO. He lives near Oxford with his wife and two children.
Lin-Manuel Miranda is an award-winning composer, lyricist, and performer, as well as the recipient of a 2015 MacArthur Foundation Award. His musical Hamilton won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and earned a record-breaking sixteen Tony nominations, winning eleven Tony Awards. Miranda's first Broadway musical, In the Heights, received four 2008 Tony Awards. He contributed music, lyrics, and vocals to several songs in Disney's Moana, earning him an Oscar nomination and a Grammy Award for the original song "How Far I'll Go." He stars alongside Emily Blunt in Disney's Mary Poppins Returns. Miranda lives in New York City with his wife, sons, and dog.
GJ Moffat has been fascinated by courtroom melodramas starring the good and the bad guys since he was a boy. Although he became a lawyer, he always had the urge to write and bring good guys and bad guys to life in glorious Technicolor. He is married with two little angel girls and is struggling to learn the electric guitar (hitting more bum notes than good ones).
Deborah Moggach, OBE is an English novelist and an award-winning screenwriter. She has written nineteen novels, including The Ex-Wives, Tulip Fever, These Foolish Thing, Heartbreak Hotel and Something to hide. She lives in Wales.
Amy Molloy is 24 years old and, since graduating with a journalism degree in 2007, has worked for various magazines in London and Dublin. She is currently the features assistant at the Daily Mail's Weekend magazine.
Christopher Monckton invented the best-selling, £1-million Eternity puzzle, which has sold 500,000 unitsworldwide. He is the creator of Sudoku X, an ingenious twist on the worldwide phenomenon Sudoku, for which he owns the copyright.
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Sue Monk Kidd is the bestselling author of the novels The Secret Life of Bees and The Mermaid Chair, as well as several non-fiction works. She lives in South Carolina with her husband. Ann Kidd Taylor lives in South Carolina with her husband and son. Travelling With Pomegranates, written with her mother, is her first book.
Sue Monk Kidd
Sue Monk Kidd is the author of three novels, all of which have been international bestsellers: The Secret Life Of Bees, The Mermaid Chair and The Invention Of Wings. The Secret Life Of Bees spent two years on the New York Times bestseller list, was long-listed for the Orange Prize, and was turned into an award-winning film. The Mermaid Chair and The Invention of Wings were both No. 1 New York Times bestsellers. Sue is also the author of several acclaimed non-fiction books including Travelling with Pomegranates, which she co-wrote with her daughter Ann Kidd Taylor. Sue lives in Florida with her husband Sandy.www.suemonkkidd.comTwitter @suemonkkidd
Sarah Monk is a successful novelist previously published under the name Sarah Harvey. She lives in Cornwall.
Nicholas Montemarano is the author of a story collection, If the Sky Falls and a novel, A Fine Place. He is associate professor of English at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA.
Christopher Moore is a former BBC producer, and has presented documentaries about WW1 on Radio 4, as well as writing TRENCH FEVER; the story of his great-grandfather's experiences in WW1.
Jude Morgan, whose previous novels include PASSION and THE TASTE OF SORROW, was born and brought up in Peterborough on the edge of the Fens, and was a student on the University of East Anglia MA Course in Creative Writing under Malcolm Bradbury and Angela Carter.
Michael Morley grew up in and around Manchester. He has written several bestsellers including Spider and Viper alongside a stellar career in TV production. He has been behind some of the hardest-hitting crime shows on British television including Murder in Mind, The Hunt for Baby Abbie and A Shred of Evidence.These shows have not only broken boundaries but have also won him awards from both the Royal Television Society and the British Medical Association.He has three sons and now lives in the Peak District with his family, eleven ducks, a few squirrels, a flock of Canada geese and a fat heron. Spree is his first serialised novel.
David Morrell is one of America's most popular and acclaimed storytellers, with over eighteen million copies of his books in print. His thrillers have been translated into over twenty languages and turned into record-breaking films as well as top-rated TV miniseries. A former professor of American literature at the University of Iowa, David Morrell now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Allan Morrison is the author of 14 books with sales well in advance of a quarter of a million copies. Media appearances include Richard and Judy, The One Show and the Fred McAuley Show. Allan is a Rotarian and a very popular after-dinner speaker. Now retired, he enjoys raising funds for local charities, bagging Munros and lives in the west of Scotland with his wife.