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R.A. Salvatore was born in Massachusetts in 1959. His first novel was The Crystal Shard. He has published more than a dozen novels, including The Demon Awakens, The Demon Spirit, The Demon Apostle, The Halfing's Gem, Sojourn, The legacy and Starless Night. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Diane, and their three children.
Cecilia Samartin was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to America with her family during the Castro revolution. She grew up in Los Angeles, and studied psychology at UCLA and Santa ClaraUniversity, where she completed her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She currently works as a psychotherapist for a federally funded project that serves impoverished families in the inner city of Los Angeles. Recently married to an Englishman, Cecilia lives with her husband in San Gabriel, California. Ghost Heart is her first novel.
Chuck Sambuchino is a produced playwright, and a magazine writer, freelance editor, husband, dog owner, and cover band guitarist. He lives in a heavily fortified residence in a secret location.
Samer is 24 years old. Having escaped from Raqqa he is living in a refugee camp in northern Syria.
Louis de Bernières (Author) Louis de Bernières is the bestselling author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, which won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, Best Book in 1995. His most recent books are So Much Life Left Over and The Dust That Falls From Dreams, the short story collection Labels and the poetry collection The Cat in the Treble Clef.
Ian Sample is an award-winning science correspondent at the Guardian newspaper. He was named investigative journalist of the year in 2005 by the Association of British Science Writers and was previously a feature writer for New Scientist. He holds a PhD in biomedical science from Queen Mary, University of London. Born in Oxfordshire, he now lives in London.
Fiona Sampson is a poet, who has been shortlisted twice for the T.S. Eliot Prize and Forward Prizes. She has received a Cholmondeley Award, the Newdigate Prize, the Zlaten Prsten (Macedonia), Writer’s Awards from the Arts Councils of England and of Wales, and from the Society of Authors, and is a Fellow and Council Member of the Royal Society of Literature. She works as a critic and editor, and contributes regularly to the Guardian, Irish Times, Sunday Times, Independent and the Times Literary Supplement. In 2017 she was awarded an MBE for services to Literature and the Literary Community.
Max Daly specialises in drugs and social affairs journalism. He was editor of Druglink, feeding the national media and the sector with UK drug use trends, investigations and analysis of the UK drug market, for eight years. His articles have informed the government and the Serious Organised Crime Agency. Previously he was deputy news editor on the Big Issue. He has written for the Guardian, Daily Mirror, BBC, Independent and Mail on Sunday. Steve Sampson has worked across local, regional and national press covering a variety of sectors from politics, regulation and finance to social exclusion, drugs and crime. He has written for the Guardian, Time Out, Big Issue and has written for Druglink for the past fifteen years. He currently works as a freelance features writer and copy editor.
Kevin Sampson is the author of eight novels, as well as Extra Time, his account of a season in the life of a Liverpool FC fanatic, and the moving narrative of the Hillsborough tragedy, Hillsborough Voices. He has also contributed to football anthologies, including Here We Go Gathering Cups in May and Redmen, which he also edited. Kevin is a regular contributor to the Guardian, Observer and the award-winning LFC podcast, The Anfield Wrap. He lives on Merseyside where he is a long-term supporter of CALM, a charity specialising in the mental health needs of young males. You can find him at @ksampsonwriter on Twitter.
Val Sampson is a freelance journalist who has written for a wide range of newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, Times, You Magazine, She and Woman's Weekly.
Julia Samuel MBE is a leading British psychotherapist. For the last thirty years, she has worked in private practice and with the NHS at St Mary's, Paddington, where she pioneered the role of maternity and paediatric counsellor.
Sefton Samuels is one of Britain's iconic photographers. Born in Manchester in 1931, he left Manchester Grammar School at 16 and trained in textiles. Although an accomplished jazz drummer, Sefton's true genius lay with photography, and over a four-decade career he has supplied images for national newspapers, the BBC and Granada TV. His trademark style of poignant photojournalism edged with northern humour was developed on the streets of Manchester, the city he still lives in today.
Tim Samuels is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, BBC broadcaster and journalist. He has won three Royal Television Society awards and best documentary at the World Television Festival. Along the way, for a film, he formed the world’s oldest rock group The Zimmers. Born in Manchester, he is now a soft southerner living in London.
Mark Sanborn is President of Sanborn and Associates, Inc. an idea studio for leadership. He has researched the qualities for leadership for over thirty years and has given seminars around the world to Fortune 500 companies, universities, associations and churches.
Nancy Duarte is a communications expert and principal of Duarte Inc., where she has served as CEO for twenty-one years. Duarte Inc. is the largest design firm in Silicon Valley; its clients include Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Twitter and the World Bank. Patti Sanchez, Senior Vice President of Strategic Services for Duarte, has distilled twenty-five years of communication experience into this book. She has presented hundreds of workshops on communication to marketing and sales leaders across America.
Mamen Sánchez is a deputy editor at ¡Hola! magzine and editor of ¡Hola! México. A bestselling author in Spain, she has published five novels; this is the first to be translated into English. She lives in Madrid and is married with five children.
Gustave Flaubert was born in 1821 in Rouen, Normandy, the son of a chief surgeon. He reluctantly studied law in Paris, but ceased after a series of nervous attacks. He stayed in the family home at Croisset and dedicated himself to writing. He was unsuccessfully prosecuted for his first masterpiece, Madame Bovary (1857), which met with popular, if not critical, success. George Sand was one of the few critics to praise his next book, Salammbô (1862), thus instigating a long friendship. His other works include Sentimental Education (1869) and The Temptation of St Anthony (1874). His uncompleted comic novel, Bouvard and Pécuchet, was published after his death in 1880. His correspondence with George Sand was published in 1884. George Sand was the pseudonym of Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin. She was born in Paris in 1804, the daughter of an army officer. After his death she lived with her grandmother in the château de Nohant, near La Châtre. At 18 she married Casimir Dudevant, the illegitimate son of a baron. Nine years later she left him and went to Paris with her two children. She scandalized bourgeois society with her controversial novels and her numerous love affairs. After 1848 she settled again in Nohant. Her complete works, over 100 volumes, include autobiographies as well as novels and plays. Her letters were published after her death in 1876.
Sheryl Sandberg (Author) SHERYL SANDBERG is chief operating officer at Facebook and international best-selling author of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Prior to Facebook, she was vice president of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google. She previously served as chief of staff for the United States Treasury Department and began her career as an economist with the World Bank. She received B.A. and M.B.A. degrees from Harvard University. Sandberg serves on the boards of Facebook, The Walt Disney Company, Survey Monkey, ONE, and Women for Women International, and chairs the board of LeanIn.Org. Adam Grant (Author) ADAM GRANT is a psychologist and Wharton’s top-rated professor. As theNew York Timesbest-selling author ofOriginals and Give and Take, he is a leading expert on how we can find motivation and meaning, and live more generous and creative lives. He has been recognized as one of the world’s twenty-five most influential management thinkers and received distinguished scholarly achievement awards from the American Psychological Association and the National Science Foundation. He serves as a contributing op-ed writer for The New York Times. Grant earned his B.A. from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
Dominic Sandbrook is nearing completion of his great multi-volume history of postwar Britain from the mid 1950s to the late 1980s, which began with Never Had It So Good. He has written and presented a number of highly successful BBC television series, on subjects as diverse as the joys of the Volkswagen and the history of science fiction. He writes reviews and articles principally for the Daily Mail and Sunday Times.
Michael Sandel is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at the University of Harvard. Sandel's legendary 'Justice' course is one of the most popular and influential at Harvard. In 2007, Harvard made Sandel's course available to alumni around the world through webstreaming and podcasting. Over 5,000 participants signed up, and Harvard Clubs from Mexico to Australia organized local discussion groups in connection with the course. In May 2007, Sandel delivered a series of lectures at major universities in China and he has been a visiting professor at the Sorbonne, Paris. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Council on Foreign Relations. Sandel is the author of many books and has previously written for the Atlantic Monthly, the New Republic and the New York Times. He was the 2009 BBC Reith Lecturer.
Gordon F. Sander is an American journalist and historian who was until recently based in London, where he contributed to a variety of papers, including the Financial Times, as well as BBC Radio 4, for which he wrote and narrated the acclaimed documentary which inspired this book. Currently artist-in-residence at Risley College for the Creative and Performing Arts at Cornell University, he is the author of Serling, which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
Richard Sanders is a writer and award-winning documentary maker. He is the author of If A Pirate I Must Be: The True Story of Bartholomew Roberts, King of the Caribbean.
Michael Sanders, a former book editor and author of From Here, You Can't See Paris and The Yard, lives in midcoast Maine with his wife and daughter.
Bernard "Bernie" Sanders is the junior United States Senator from Vermont, elected on November 7, 2006. Before becoming Senator, Sanders represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives for 16 years. Sanders also served as mayor of Burlington, Vermont from 1981 through 1989.
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