David H. Freedman
David H. Freedman is a contributing editor and columnist at Inc. magazine. He is a contributor to Newsweek, and has written on science, technology, and business
JiEun Ha is a popular Korean fantasy fiction author whose other works include the critically acclaimed Ice Forest, Fresh Blood Sand, and an anthology collection titled Dream Walk.
HaccaWorks is the group behind the visual novel game Of the Red, the Light and the Ayakashi.
Tsubasa Haduki is the artist behind the manga adaptation for the Sword Art Online: Fairy Dance and Mother's Rosario arcs of the critically acclaimed light novel series Sword Art Online!
Sebastian Haffner was the author of several historical bestsellers as well as his bestselling memoir DEFYING HITLER, which was published posthumously. He died in 1999.
Daisuke Hagiwara is the artist behind the manga series Horimiya.
Yasmin Hai was born in North London in 1970 where she continues to live. She is a current affairs journalist and documentary producer/director. Her television work includes BBC's Newsnight programme as well as award winning documentaries for Channel 4.
Ensaf Haidar is married to Raif Badawi and is president of the Raif Badawi Foundation. She lives in Canada with her children.
Brian Haig is a West Point graduate and a career military strategist. Before retiring from the Army, he served as special assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. His articles have been published in journals ranging from the New York Times to USA Today. The son of former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, he lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
Jo Haigh is a corporate financier who has owned her own company for nearly ten years, helping people buy and sell businesses. She was named South Yorkshire Business Woman of the Year in 2005.
Allen P. Haines
Allen P. Haines served as CEO of several film industry marketing companies. He has advised and coached senior executives at Sony, Disney, IMG, NBC/Universal, and Fox.microresilience.co.uk
Peter Haining was a prolific editor of anthologies and collections throughout all subgenres of fiction, and he also wrote his own short stories, recently a series about the Second World War. He collected and edited several books about Sherlock Holmes including The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook and The Television Sherlock Holmes to tie in with the iconic Jeremy Brett series of the eighties and nineties. He died in 2007.Peter Haining wrote and edited a number of acclaimed books on the supernatural, including Ghosts: The Illustrated History, and A Dictionary of Ghosts, as well as fiction anthologies The Mammoth Book of Modern Ghost Stories. A former publisher and much admired figure, he died in 2007. He lived in a sixteenth-century house in Suffolk that is haunted by the ghost of a Napoleonic prisoner of war.
Rachael Hale is an internationally acclaimed photographer, who has won numerous awards for her portraits. Since 1995, her images have been published on calendars, posters, greeting cards, and stationery in over 60 countries. She lives in Auckland, New Zealand, with her partner Andrew, three cats, and a Dalmatian Boxer-cross.
Claire Hall is a counsellor/life coach who writes a variety of coaching articles and is published in Wellbeing Magazine, Madison Magazine, Good Health Magazine, Empower Magazine, Cleo, Maketheworldmove.com, Escape magazine, Contact magazine and Cosmopolitan. She also writes and delivers tailored workshops and presentations on a broad range of topics.
CRAIG HALL is the co-proprietor of HALL Wines and WALT Wines along with his wife Kathryn and their four children. He is also chairman and founder of Dallas-based Hall Financial Group. Craig's distinguished career in business and as an author, civic leader, and philanthropist reflects the highest qualities of entrepreneurship.
KATHRYN WALT HALL is the co-proprietor of HALL Wines and WALT Wines along with her husband Craig and their four children. Kathryn has been involved in the California wine industry since her family first purchased a vineyard thirty years ago. She has had a distinguished career as a successful businesswoman, community activist, and as the United States Ambassador to Austria
Mari Hall is a Professor and Dr of Education in Social Services and also holds a Doctorate in Theology. She was the first Master of Reiki to bring Reiki to the UK, Norway and Czechsolvakia and has taght Reiki to over 40,000 people worldwide.
Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall (1883-1943) was born in Hampshire and educated at King's College Cambridge. She published five volumes of poetry and seven novels. THE WELL OF LONELINESS, describing the lesbian 'invert' Stephen, was banned on publication in 1928. Two years later she received the Eichelbergher Humane Award.
Rich Hall is the Perrier Award Winner 2000, TIME OUT Comedy Award Winner 2000 and Adelaide Festival Fringe Award Winner 2000. He is best known for his comic alter ego Otis Lee Crenshaw. He divides his time between London and Montana.
'Paul and Tracy are both experienced psychics and mediums. Paul has worked with world-famous healer and medium Doris Collins. Their UK tour events often sell-out before they are advertised, and they also offer private readings. For more information visit www.paulnorton.org.uk.