Paul Ramsbottom is the Chief Executive of the Wolfson Foundation, who have been awarding the Wolfson History Prize since 1972. It is a beacon of the best historical writing being produced in the UK. This years winner will be announced on Monday 4th June at a reception at Claridge’s, London
S.R. Summers holds a degree in history from the University of Belgium. When not managing her cafe, you’ll find her busy writing and working on the final book in her ‘Infinity Squared’ eight part series. The first book ‘Indigo Lost’ is out now, blending elements of crime, fantasy, romance, and coming-of-age, with social fiction.
Sue Watson was a journalist before starting a career in TV. As a producer with the BBC, she worked on garden makeovers, kitchen takeovers, and daytime sofas, before leaving TV to write. Some of her books include ‘Fat Girls and Fairy Cakes’, ‘Younger Thinner Blonder’, and ‘Summer Flings and Dancing Dreams’ Her latest book ‘Love, Lies and Wedding Cake’ is the perfect laugh out loud romantic comedy.
Mark Edwards is a no.1 bestselling thriller author, who has sold over a million copies of his books worldwide. His latest psychological thriller with a horror twist is ‘The Retreat’, which explores our modern obsession with urban legends