Jon Macks is the author of several books, including How to Be Funny and Fuhgeddaboutit. He was the top writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and has also written for the Academy Awards, the Emmy Awards, and the Golden Globes, among others. Jon lives in Los Angeles.
Kenneth Macksey (1923–2005) joined the Royal Armoured Corps in 1941, saw action in Normandy in 1944 and Germany in 1945, and after World War II spent more than twenty years as an officer of the Royal Tank Regiment. He was internationally known for his works on military history, including Why the Germans Lose at War.
New York Times, Washington Post, and USA Today bestselling author Sarah MacLean is the author of historical romance novels that have been translated into more than twenty languages, and winner of back-to-back RITA Awards for best historical romance from the Romance Writers of America.
Dal Maclean comes from Scotland. Her background is in journalism, and she has an undying passion for history. Dal has lived in Asia and worked all over the world, but now makes her home in the UK. She is the author of Object of Desire and Bitter Legacy.
Janice MacLeod, a former advertising copywriter, is the artist behind Paris Letters, a painted letter series for those who crave getting fun snail mail from Paris. She is also coauthor, with Marni Kamins, of The Breakup Repair Kit and The Dating Repair Kit. Visit her at janicemacleod.com.
Mary J. MacLeod qualified as a nurse in England and has lived in Aden (now Yemen), the United States, Sweden, and Saudi Arabia as well as her husband George's native Scotland. She is the author of Nurse, Come You Here!, Call the Nurse, and The Country Nurse Remembers. She currently lives in England.
Torquil MacLeod is the author of the Inspector Anita Sundström series and Sweet Smell of Murder, a historical crime fiction novel. Torquil worked as an advertising copywriter for thirty-six years. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, he now lives in Cumbria, England, with his wife, Susan.
John D. Macomber is a senior lecturer in finance at Harvard Business School. His work has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Wall St. Journal Asia, and the Boston Globe. He is the author of more than thirty case studies on infrastructure projects.