Rachel Aaron lives a lovely, nerdy, bookish life in Athens, Georgia, with her four-year-old son, loving husband, and obese wiener dog. She also writes science fiction under the name Rachel Bach, including the Paradox trilogy. Visit her at rachelaaron.net.
Before becoming a bestselling author, Ben Aaronovitch was a screenwriter for Doctor Who and a bookseller at Waterstones. He now writes full-time, and every book in his Rivers of London series has been a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller. He lives in London.
Author of romance novels such as Red Card and Privileged, Carrie Aarons writes books that are just as swoon-worthy as they are sarcastic. A former journalist, she prefers the stories she dreams up, and the yoga pant dress code, much better.
Even with over 1.5 million copies of her books in print, Carolyne Aarsen still feels like she hasn't written the perfect story. From her office in the woods of Northern Alberta, she will keep trying. Inspired by spectacular sunrises and long walks through winding trails, the stories keep coming.
Edward Abbey (1927–1989) was born in Home, Pennsylvania, and educated at the University of New Mexico and the University of Edinburgh. His many books include The Monkey Wrench Gang, Brave Cowboy, The Fool's Progress, and Down the River.
Dr. Aoife Abbey completed her undergraduate degree in biological sciences at the University of Edinburgh, before graduating from medical school at Warwick University. She is a member of the Royal College of Physicians, fellow of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, and council member at The Intensive Care Society UK.
Edwin A. Abbott (1838–1926) has been ranked as one of the leading scholars and theologians of the Victorian era and is perhaps best known as the author of the mathematical satire and religious allegory Flatland.