Robert Lacey is an internationally renowned historian and biographer and co-founder of Cover magazine. His ground-breaking and highly-acclaimed MAJESTY - ELIZABETH II AND THE HOUSE OF WINDSOR was published in 1977 on the occasion of the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
Mary Larkin was born in Belfast and spent 40 happy years there before moving to the North East of England.
Gary Larson lives in Oregon with his wife and a Big dog. Although retired from his job as a daily syndicated cartoonist, he is now turning his graphical talent to new forms of technology.
Janet Laurence is chiefly known for her crime novels. She has been cookery correspondent for the Daily Telegraph and her first crime series featured a cordon bleu cook, Darina Lisle. She is currently writing the third in a historical mystery series set in Edwardian times. Other books include Writing Crime Fiction, and contemporary women's fiction under a pseudonym. She is an ex-Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association, and is currently Chairman of the CWA International Dagger judging panel. She lives in Somerset, runs crime writing courses and produces editorial assessments for aspiring novelists.
T. S. Learner
British playwright and novelist T.S. Learner has lived in Australia for many years and now divides her time between London, California and Sydney.
British playwright and novelist Tobsha Learner has lived in Australia for many years and now divides her time between London, California and Sydney.
Shira Lenchewski is a dynamic, results-oriented nutritionist with a strong science foundation, and a meaningful understanding of the interplay between food and the body. Pulling from her advanced nutritional science education at New York University, and her deep love of good food, Shira is skilled at designing sustainable, individualised eating plans that work for even the most demanding lifestyles. She is the resident nutrition expert at LaurenConrad.com, and has been featured in GOOP, ELLE, Well+GOOD, Glamour.com, Refinery29, Shape.com, BonAppetit.com, The Real Girl's Kitchen, and POPSUGAR Fitness amongst others.
Natasha Lester worked as a marketing executive for L'Oréal, managing the Maybelline brand, before returning to university to study creative writing. She completed a Master of Creative Arts and has written several novels including A Kiss From Mr Fitzgerald, Her Mother's Secret and The Paris Seamstress. Her sixth novel, The French Photographer, will be published in April 2019. In her spare time Natasha loves to teach writing, is a sought after public speaker and can often be found playing dress-up with her three children. She lives in Perth. For all the latest news from Natasha visit: www.natashalester.com.au Twitter: @Natasha_Lester Instagram: natashalester Facebook: NatashaLesterAuthor
Michael Z. Lewin
Michael Z Lewin has been writing mystery novels, short stories, plays and other things for more than forty years. He hails from Indianapolis, Indiana, but has lived in the West Country since 1971 and Bath since 2000.
Kim Lock was born in Mount Gambier in the 1980s. After living and working in Darwin, Melbourne and Canberra, Kim returned to home soil in South Australia, where she lives in the Barossa Valley with her partner and children.Her writing has also appeared in, amongst others, Daily Life, The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald online, and Essential Baby.
Thomas Lockley is a lecturer at Nihon University College of Law in Tokyo where courses he's taught include the International History of Japan, Britain and Japan in History, and East Asia in Japanese History.
Peter Lovesey was born in Middlesex and studied at Hampton Grammar School and Reading University, where he met his wife Jax. He won a competition with his first crime fiction novel, Wobble to Death, and has never looked back, with his numerous books winning and being shortlisted for nearly all the prizes in the international crime writing world. He was Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association and has been presented with Lifetime Achievement awards both in the UK and the US.
AMANDA LUCIDON is an award-winning documentarian, filmmaker, and former freelance New York Times photographer who served as one of the White House photographers responsible for photographing First Lady Michelle Obama from 2013 to 2017. She is one of only a few female White House photographers in history and was the only woman photographer during her time in the Obama White House. Amanda attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she studied communications media and journalism; she also studied photography at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Amanda's work has been honored by Pictures of the Year International, National Press Photographers Association Best of Photojournalism, and the White House News Photographers Association, among others. She is currently a photographer, filmmaker, and public speaker based in Washington, D.C.
Born in 1948, Lulu is one of the most recognisable popular singers in the world, in a career stretching from 'Shout' in 1962 to 'Together' in 2002.
E. Lynn Harris
E. Lynn Harris is a former computer sales executive with IBM and a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He is the author of five previous bestselling novels including If This World Were Mine which won the James Baldwin Award for Literary Excellence and Abide with Me which was a finalist for the NAACP Image Award. In 1999 Harris was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He currently divides his time between Chicago and New York.