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Emma Slade

Emma Slade is an ordained Buddhist nun, yoga and meditation teacher, and author. She is based in Whitstable, Kent, but spends several months per year in Bhutan where she set up and runs a charity called Opening Your Heart to Bhutan, which manages projects to help rural children. 

Emma Hill

Emma Hill is a freelance writer, editor and unofficial self-help guru. She lives in Guildford with her husband and two children.

Stephanie Modell

Stephanie Modell qualified as a nursery nurse in 1984 and has over 30 years’ experience of working with babies and children, as a nanny, maternity nanny and sleep consultant. In 1997, her experience with babies really came into its own, when her triplets were born.

Simon Brett

Simon Brett worked as a producer in radio and television before taking up writing full time. As well as the much-loved Fethering series, the Mrs Pargeter novels and the Charles Paris detective series, he has written a number of radio and television scripts. Married with three children, he lives in an Agatha Christie-style village on the South Downs. You can find out more about Simon at his website: www.simonbrett.com.

Giles Alexander

Giles Alexander is one of the UK’s leading dad bloggers, who has been writing about fatherhood and sharing the highs and lows of his own parenting journey for nearly a decade. A proud working dad with a busy career and home life, Giles lives in the UK – with his wife, Rosie, and their three small children – ­and carves out time to write, run and sing whenever his family life allows. You can find him at youthedaddy.co.uk.

Claire Chamberlain

Claire Chamberlain is a freelance writer, specializing in health, fitness and well-being. She lives in south-east London with her husband, two children and rescue cat, Oscar.

Christine Iverson

Christine Iverson discovered a love of all things hedgerow after moving to a Sussex Downland village in 2001. This fascination led to volunteering as an apothecary at the Weald and Downland Living Museum where she taught school children about medieval and Tudor medicine. Keen to learn more, she became a regular contributor to her local parish magazine sharing the folklore and superstitions of hedgerow plants with her local community. She runs regular folklore and foraging workshops at Tuppenny Barn Organics and gives talks to local women’s institutes and horticultural societies.

Maybell Eequay

Maybell Eequay is an Oakland-based artist who works in many different mediums. Born and raised in the breathtaking St. Croix River Valley, Maybell draws a lot of inspiration from her childhood homelife as well as her love of vintage children’s books and knickknacks. Growing up in a creative household and the daughter of two artists, Maybell has been making art since she was old enough to hold a pen. Today, she enjoys making art that has a vaguely nostalgic feel paired with tender messages and light humour.

Rasha Barrage

Rasha Barrage was born in Iraq and grew up in Merseyside in the north-west of England. After studying law at Oxford University and completing a master’s at the University of Toronto, she worked for the United Nations Development Programme before going on to train and work as a lawyer for eight years. She lives in London with her husband and three young children.

Poppy O’Neill

Poppy O’Neill has written several books on mental well-being for children and adults, including Amazon bestsellers Don’t Worry, Be Happy and You’re a Star. Find her online at poppyoneill.wordpress.com.
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