Tim Earnshaw is the author of four books; three published by Gollancz in the UK: Helium, Godbox, and Murmur. Helium was reviewed as Book of the Month in Esquire Magazine, was optioned several times by Warner Bros and is now under option by Feelgood Fiction. After travelling around the US, Europe and the Far East, he settled with his third wife in Thailand, the setting for his fourth book Baddha (published by Cutting Edge Press 2012 - "one of the funniest, most honest travel books I've ever read" Amazon review). Currently he is writing The Sixty, a thriller set in Iraq and Dubai.
Christopher Eccleston is an English actor who has had a hugely successful career in film, TV and on stage. His regular appearance on the TV series, Cracker, in 1993 brought him recognition and he went on to star along side such actresses as Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett. He won the 2011 International Emmy Award for his performance in Jimmy McGovern's Accused. He played John Lennon in the 2010 TV movie in and has twice been nominated in the Best Actor category of the BAFTA TV Awards.
Rachael English is a presenter on Ireland's most popular radio show, Morning Ireland. During more than 20 years as a journalist she has covered a huge range of national and international stories for RTÉ Radio's leading current affairs programmes. Her debut novel, Going Back, was nomnated in the SUNDAY INDEPENDENT Newcomer of the Year category in the IRISH BOOK AWARDS.