Timber Hawkeye is the bestselling author of Buddhist Boot Camp and Faithfully Religionless. He offers a secular and non-sectarian approach to being at peace with the world (both within and around us), with the intention to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. Visit his website for more information.
Dominic Selwood is an author, historian, barrister, and journalist. He writes about all periods of history for the UK’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. His specialist research was in the medieval Knights Templar, at Oxford University and the Sorbonne in Paris. He has worked in the Middle East, and now lives in London, writing fiction and non-fiction. @dominicselwood | http://www.dominicselwood.com/
Jake Stevens was born in East London in 1972 and after passing the 11+ was educated at Ilford County High Grammar School for boys. He left school at 17 to pursue a career in the city as an FX broker, but after the introduction of the Euro, decided to leave to start his own publishing company. The company was sold in 2002 to Highbury House Communications PLC. Shortly after, Jake moved to Cambridge to embark on another publishing venture, and after teaming up with an ex MD of HHC PLC, he built and sold the business again to Archant LTD - one of the UK's largest publishing houses. While under a 5-year restrictive covenant he had the idea for Larry the London Bus and Friends, a children’s book series, which is where he’s at today. Visit www.larrythelondonbus.com for more information.
Dr. Judith Briles is the author of 34 books. Her book, Author YOU: Creating and Building Your Author and Book Platforms was the Book of the Year in Publishing/Writing in the IndieFab award at the American Library Association’s meeting in 2014. The CrowdFunding Guide for Authors and Writers was released last summer and her next book will be How to Avoid Book Publishing Blunders, Bloopers and Boo-Boos. She’s the founder of AuthorU.org and is known as The Book Shepherd.