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Sarah Katreen Hoggatt

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Sarah has been writing for over twenty years and is the author of several books and numerous articles. She is a freelance writer, international speaker, editor, and spiritual director with a passion for ministering to fellow souls. Her most recent book, In the Wild Places, completes at trilogy of poetry about her relationship with God.

Edith Maxwell (Tace Baker)

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Tace Baker is a pseudonym for the mystery writer Edith Maxwell. Tace is an old-fashioned Quaker name, which seemed fitting for the author of a series featuring a Quaker Linguistics professor.

Tace has always been interested in languages and linguistics, and has traveled widely in pursuit of those interests. It’s no surprise that Lauren Rousseau is a polyglot and has a keen ear for accents in the English of native speakers and non-native speakers alike.

John C. (Jock) Cobb

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Dr. John C. (Jock ) Cobb was born in Boston in 1919. After graduating from Harvard with an astronomy degree, he joined the American Field Service as an ambulance driver and served in Syria, North Africa, and Italy. As a conscientious objector to war, Jock captured with his 35mm camera the horror and heartbreak of war and the enduring human spirit.

Hazel Dawkins

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Hazel Dawkins, an editor-writer who started out in London's newspaper world, has worked in Paris and New York and now is based in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

Sanni Kruger

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Sanni Kruger is a finance coach helping people to become competent and confident money managers who live within their means without stressful money concerns. She does this by supporting them in creating systems that enable them to reduce their debt whilst building up savings,

Jennifer Kavanagh

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Jennifer Kavanagh worked in publishing for nearly thirty years, the last fourteen as an independent literary agent. Jennifer contributes regularly to the Quaker press, and is an associate tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker study centre. Her books include Call of the Bell Bird (Quaker Books), The World is our Cloister (O Books), Journey Home (formerly The O of Home), Simplicity Made Easy (John Hunt Publishing/Earth Books) and, as editor, New Light (O Books). Just published is Small Change, Big Deal: Money as if People Mattered (John Hunt Publishing/Business Books). She lives in London.