Andrew Weil is the bestselling author of ten previous books and has been published in 18 countries. He is a world-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, a healing-orientated approach to healthcare that encompasses mind, body and spirit.www.drweil.com
Mary Wesley was born in Berkshire. She wrote two children's books before publishing her first adult novel in 1983 at the age of 70. Since then she has produced a succession of books dealing with middle-class mores, each written with ironic, detached amusement, and taking an unblinered, though compassionate look at sexual values. One of the best known is The Camomile Lawn, which considers sexual and emotional relationships in the turmoil of World War II. It, like several of her novels has been made into a television series.
M. G. Wheaton
Born in Texas, M.G. Wheaton worked in a factory assembling computers and servers before becoming a writer for such movie magazines as Total Film, Shivers, SFX, and several others. After leaving journalism, Wheaton worked as a screenwriter and producer, comic book scribe, and video game writer. EMILY ETERNAL is his first speculative novel.
Frank White, who was born in Manchester in 1927, now lives with his wife June in Lincolnshire, midway between Cleethorpes and Louth. He is a veteran of the wartime British Pacific Fleet. He has contributed essays and short fiction to numerous magazines and is the author of two novels and a short book on the First World War. Other work includes a dozen plays for stage and radio, and material for BBC television. In 2013, realising that the world was no longer full of people who could write at first-hand about the Second World War, he spent the summer working on There Was a Time.
Barbara Whitnell spent many years in Africa, the West Indies and Hong Kong. She now divides her time between Cornwall and London. She and her husband have four grown-up children and six grand-children.
Laura Jane Williams
Laura Jane Williams has written about love, lust, and her feelings everywhere from The Guardian to Buzzfeed to RED, to the Telegraph, Stylist and more, and from September 2016 - February 2017 was Grazia's single girl dating columnist. She is the author of heartbreak memoir BECOMING, Marie Claire's #BREAKFREE from Fear ambassador, and blogs about being 'messily human' at www.superlativelyrude.com
Adam Williams, whose family has lived in China since the late nineteenth century, was born and raised in Hong Kong. For the last eighteen years he has been representative in Beijing of a Far East trading conglomerate. In 1999 he received an OBE for services to Sino-British trade. Adam lives in China and Italy and has three children. To find out more, visit Adam's website www.adam-williams.net or follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/_AdamWilliams.
Geoffrey Wilson was born in South Africa, grew up in New Zealand and then backpacked around the world before eventually settling in the United Kingdom. He studied Hinduism and Buddhism at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and has been fascinated by India since travelling there in the early 1990s.He worked in IT for several years, eventually starting a web development business with three friends.www.geoffreywilson.net
John Wimber, who died in 1997, is best-known as a great evangelist, a huge influence on the evangelical church worldwide and a pioneer of the system of church planting. He was founder of the Association of Vineyard Churches and in the 1980s a lecturer at Fuller Theological Seminary, where his course on miracles and church growth was the most popular ever.
Kim Woodburn was born in Eastney, Portsmouth. Kim worked as a beautician, a model, a social worker and a live-in housekeeper before exposing the nation's filthiest homes in the hugely popular television series How Clean is Your House? She lives in Kent with her husband Peter.
Daniel Woodrell was born in the Missouri Ozarks, where he still lives. He left school and enlisted in the Marines the week he turned seventeen, and received his BA at the age of twenty-seven. He also has an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He is the author of eight novels including Winter's Bone, the film of which was nominated for four Oscars in 2011, Woe to Live On, the basis for the film Ride with the Devil directed by Ang Lee, and Tomato Red, which won the PEN West Award for fiction in 1999. Five of his novels have been selected as New York Times Notable Books of the year. His most recent novel was The Maid's Version, published by Sceptre in 2013.