Will Schwalbe has worked in publishing for many years. He is the author of the international bestseller, The End of Your Life Book Club and the critically-acclaimed Books for Living, and co-author (with David Shipley) of Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better. He has also worked in digital media, and was the founder of Cookstr.com. As a journalist he wrote for the New York Times and the South China Morning Post. He lives in New York City.@willschfacebook / instagram / pinterest > will.schwalbe
Susan Spencer-Wendel was an award-winning journalist at the Palm Beach Post for almost twenty years before being diagnosed with ALS at the age of 44. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she held a master's degree in journalism from the University of Florida, was honoured for her work by the Society of Professional Journalists and the Florida Press Club, and received a lifetime achievement award for her court reporting from the Florida Bar. Until I Say Good-Bye, her memoir of living with an incurable disease, was a New York Times bestseller and has been translated in over 20 languages.She lived in West Palm Beach, Florida, with her husband and three children. facebook.com/UntilISayGoodbyeBret Witter has collaborated on five New York Times bestsellers. he lives in Decatur, Georgia.www.bretwitter.com
Angie Stevens is a proud Welshwoman. She lives in Swansea with her husband, three children, the dog, the cat, four chickens and a cockerel and a laundry basket that's never empty.On her popular daily blog, Doodlemum, she describes herself as '38, short, defensive, far too chatty for my own good, mother artist, noisy, chocolate loving and permanently tired.'doodlemum.comtwitter.com/doodlemumwales
Caroline Stoessinger, a prominent pianist and artist-in-residence at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is the founder and director of The Mozart Academy of New York, which provides high quality classical music instruction at no cost to immigrant children who have limited access to such opportunities.