Pauline Marshall, a retired teacher and counsellor, lives in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was inspired by a documentary of the dromedary’s comical style of eating to write about the adventures of the bumbling Hannibal and his friends. This is the first of a series. Keep a look out for the sequels and also for her non-fiction book The Fascinating Dromedary.
Liz Askin is Wellington painter and illustrator. She is a portrait and landscape painter working in both oils and watercolour. For a number of years she worked as a Contract Illustrator at the then Correspondence School in Wellington. Illustrating has always been of great interest and the Grandmas book has rekindled the desire for illustration. This book is suited to two to ninety two year olds!
Mark Wilkinson is a Graphic Designer who runs a small Design Studio in the Rangitikei. He has a beautiful wife and 3 amazing boys who always support him in everything he does. This is Mark's second Children's book and he loves the whole process - from creating and writing the book, to illustrating the characters and the environment they live in. Mark likes all his stories to have a positive message with a bit of humor and lots of colour!
Natalie Stone is a children's author based in Tasmania, Australia.
Prue Strickland is a melbourne based children's author. Her heart is seeing children grow in God.
J P Barnett is a published gamebook author. His first gamebook, "Invitation to a Feast," was published in late 2007. His second gamebook, "The Wounded Falcon," was published in March 2011.
Lynn Goldsmith is a journalist and editor based in Sydney, Australia. She works across a number of publications, and Angel Warriors is her first foray into children's fiction.