Bestselling Fiction & Non-Fiction Authors, from The Orion Publising Group
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Chris (Simpsons Artist)

Chris (Simpsons artist) is an anonymous cartoonist known for his comedic and deliberately childlike caricatures and stream-of-consciousness writing. He is a regular contributor to NME, FHM, the INDEPENDENT, FRONT magazine and the GUARDIAN.You can check out Chris's work here:Facebook: @getbentsaggyWebsite:
Marc Abrahams

Marc Abrahams is a Harvard mathematician and is the editor of 'The Annals of Improbable Research'. He founded the Ig Nobel Prizes in 1991, and it now receives worldwide coverage. He has a weekly column in the Guardian.
Pam Ayres

Pam Ayres has ben performing on television, radio, and stage for more than thirty years. She first became a household name during the seventies when she appeared regularly on television. She continues to perform on stage extensively, and has also published seven books books of poems, sales of which have exceeded over two million world-wide.
Ivor Baddiel

Ivor Baddiel started driving at the age of 4 months, before he could even walk. Or talk for that matter. He became the Formula 1 world champion when he was 7, a title he has retained every year to the present day, making him the better than best ever greatest driver of all time, ever. He is also the current 500cc motorbike world champion, Trucker of the Year, Mr Milk Float and recently won the Tour De France on a pogo stick. Last week he joined the Labour party and is already being tipped to succeed Tony Blair as Prime Minister, a post he will probably hold forever. He was recently voted The Best At Everything In the World Ever. As well as the above, Ivor Baddiel has written 13 books and writes extensively for television and radio where he has worked with the likes of Stephen Fry, Ant and Dec, Johnny Vaughn, Dara O' Brian, Joan Rivers, Vernon Kay, James Nesbitt and Jerry Springer.Follow Ivor Baddiel on Twitter at
Scott Bakker

R. Scott Bakker is the son of a tobacco share-cropper, and spent his youth either exploring the wooded bluffs of Lake Erie's north shore or working in hot summer fields. He left the countryside to study English language and literature at University of Western Ontario, and from there moved to Nashville to pursue a PhD in philosophy. He now lives in London, Ontario with his fiancee, Sharron, and their cat, Scully.
Marty Becker

Marty Becker is the resident vet on GOOD MORNING AMERICA and the co-author with Gina Spadafori of WHY DO DOGS DRINK OUT OF THE TOILET? and DO CATS ALWAYS LAND ON THEIR FEET? He lives in Idaho.
Gavin Canardeaux Ben Canaider

Ben Canaider is an award-winning Australian wine writer and author of numerous books on both drinking and eating. 'Working on this project was the culmination of a lifelong dream; I look forward to one day meeting Gavin personally.
Atarah Ben-Tovim

Atarah Ben-Tovim was made an M.B.E. (1980) - for services to children's music. She has an Honorary Doctorate of Music from the Council for National Academic Awards (1991) and is an Associate of both the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music. She was a child prodigy on the flute.
Jo Berry

Author and critic Jo Berry has written about TV and film for numerous publications including The Guardian, Radio Times, Empire Magazine, Eve Magazine and Maxim. A contributor to the books 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die and The Rough Guide To Cult TV, among others, she is also the author of The Ultimate DVD Easter Egg Guide, Chick Flicks (with Angie Errigo) and The Parents' Guide To Kids' Movies.
Kate Binchy

Kate Binchy has worked extensively in all media from West End to fringe theatre. Numerous television appearances include RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES, FATHER TED, PEAK PRACTICE, CASUALTY, POIROT and FAIR CITY. She has appeared in over 500 radio plays, and films such as MRS DALLOWAY and THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE. She is Maeve's cousin and has read all of Maeve's audiobooks.
Maeve Binchy

Maeve Binchy was born in County Dublin and educated at the Holy Child convent in Killiney and at University College, Dublin. After a spell as a teacher she joined the Irish Times. Her first novel, Light a Penny Candle, was published in 1982 and she went on to write over twenty books, all of them bestsellers. Several have been adapted for cinema and television, most notably Circle of Friends and Tara Road. Maeve Binchy received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the British Book Awards in 1999 and the Irish PEN/A.T. Cross award in 2007. In 2010 she was presented with the Bob Hughes Lifetime Achievement Award at the Bord Gáis Irish Book Awards by the President of Ireland. She was married to the writer and broadcaster Gordon Snell for 35 years, and died in 2012. Visit her website at
Emily Bolam

Emily Bolam trained at Brighton Art College and is a very successful illustrator of children's books, among them Francesca Simon's MIAOW MIAOW, BOW WOW and MOO BAA BAA QUACK, and Georgie Adams's THE THREE LITTLE WITCHES. She lives and works in Brighton.Her website can be found at
Ezekiel Boone

Ezekiel Boone lives in upstate New York with his wife and children. He is the author of The Hatching, Skitter, and Zero Day.
Barry Bostwick

Barry Bostwick is an American actor and singer. He is best known for playing Brad in the 1975 cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and has also had considerable fame in musical theatre.
Douglas Boyd

Douglas Boyd is a brilliantly gifted linguist but a musical drop-out.
Shirley Braha

Shirley Braha is proud parent to Marnie the Dog. They reside together in New York City.@shirleybraha
Rory Bremner

Impressionist Rory Bremner, and veteran 60s satirists John Bird and John Fortune have been collaborating on their Bremner, Bird and Fortune programmes for 12 years with both increasing ratings and reputation. This is their first book together.
Simon Brett

Simon Brett has been a radio producer, broadcaster, actor and writer. He is the author of many crime novels, including the series featuring Mrs Pargeter, and several volumes of short stories.
Scott Brick

Actor and writer Scott Brick has performed on film, television and radio. His stage appearances throughout the U.S. include Cyrano, Hamlet and Macbeth. In the audio industry, Scott has won over thirty Earphone Awards, as well as the 2003 Audie Award in the Best Science Fiction category. Having recorded over 300 books to date, AudioFile Magazine named Scott "one of the fastest-rising stars in the audiobook galaxy" and proclaimed him one of their Golden Voices.
Robertski Brothers

Robertski Brothers (a pun on the Wachowski brothers you see, oh well it was funny at the time) is the pseudonym of Adam Roberts, the author of, amongst others, the acclaimed SF novels Salt, On, Stone, Polystom and The Snow.