Authors

 with first letter W

Dr. Issam Wadi

With over forty years in the Oil and Gas industry, Dr. Wadi is an authority in the field with a focus on research, engineering and design of oil and gas plants and systems. He was involved in major oil and gas projects, studies, consultancies and initiatives, all around the world. He has special interests in the application of advanced technology into the energy industry to improve performance and economics. Dr. Wadi became a regular speaker at many international oil, gas and relevant technology conferences. Dr Wadi has special research ... 

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Amy Walter

Amy Walter is a dyslexic fourteen year old who declares herself a book dragon. She has had a love for books and stories thanks to her Nana (Grandmother) who conjured up the most imaginative fantasy stories. She started writing books at the age of eleven, determined that her dyslexia would not hold her down. She currently goes to a private high school and lives with her mother, father, brother and six dogs in Johannesburg.

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Bella Waxman

Bella Waxman wrote her first piece of creative writing in high school in Yorkshire. Trained in architecture, on graduating, Bella worked in the UK, Canada and Australia. After also working in marketing and management, then journalism, Bella finally settled on full time writing. In addition to writing her trilogy comprising The Enigma, The Nymph, and The Mirror, Bella now writes short stories and contributes to newspaper columns. Bella corresponds regularly with newspapers in the UK and Australia and has extensive knowledge of both countries ... 

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Andrew Wells

Andrew Wells attended the High Pavement Grammar School, Nottingham; University of Cambridge, UK and Harvard Business School, USA. A restless traveller, Andrew has worked in more than 60 countries in pursuit of his passion for all things associated with water, accumulating a wealth of anecdotes about fascinating people, local customs and curious situations everywhere. From the UK, he has also pursued his engineering consultancy career living in Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore and China, from where, working for his parent consultancy firm in ... 

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Robert Wells

Robert Wells became an Elvis fan at the age of 11 and he remains one more than 60 years later. This deep affection and knowledge translate into these stories which present a comic vision of the life of the King of Rock and Roll. He has made a pilgrimage to Graceland, Tupelo and the Sun recording studio, as well as spending a night in the Burning Love suite at Heartbreak Hotel. He is a former journalist whose first job was with the Wolverhampton Express & Star, and later a corporate communications publisher based in London. A widower with a ... 

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Rev. David Wheaton

The late David Wheaton was born in Abingdon, Oxfordshire in 1930. He studied at St John’s Oxford where he gained a BA in Classics and, thereafter, the London School of Theology (BD). He served for many years as a Vicar, before becoming Principal at the Oak Hill Theological College. He was later appointed as Honorary Canon of St Albans Cathedral and then became Chaplain to HM Queen Elizabeth II. He had a lifelong love for classical Greek. As a born teacher, he found opportunities in every chapter of his life to encourage others towards a ... 

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Derrick Widmer

Derrick Widmer studied jurisprudence at the University of Bern, The University of Chicago Law School, the University of Mexico D.F., and business at the Harvard Business School. He is past director of the Swiss Holcim Cement Group Support, former president of a Swiss military court with the rank of colonel. Other credits include: founder and long-time president of the Swiss-lndian Chamber of Commerce, former Honorary Consul to the Republic of Kazakhstan, former President of the 18 Swiss Schools Abroad (educationsuisse), President of the ... 

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Cecilia Rose Wild

Cecilia Rose Wild was born in 1979 in Budapest. She began to study economics in 1998. Alongside training to become an accountant, she was a student at the School of State Administration of the Budapest University of Economics, where she received a certificate in Administration Management. In 2004 she received a specialist certificate in European Union Financing from the School of European Union Financing at the Budapest Business School. She continued her studies at the School of Government and Law at the University of Pécs, and in 2009 ... 

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Peter Williams

Peter Williams was born in 1949 in the UK. He joined the R A F after leaving school, serving in the control towers at RAF Tern Hill and RAF Gan. After leaving the RAF he became a car salesman until 2016 when, after a massive disagreement with Management, he walked out and, due to some health issues, decided to retire. This is his first book. 

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Katharine Wilson

Katharine Wilson was born as Katharine Davison in Ryton, Tyne valley in 1971, when the village came under County Durham in the U.K. She was educated at Ryton Comprehensive school and left in 1987. She has worked in various support roles including early years and health and social care. She worked for one of the leading hospital trusts at Royal Victoria Infirmary where she worked a health care assistant on the Cardiology Ward until 2019. She has two grown up sons. Her hobbies are walking, reading, writing, watching T.V. dramas, yoga and ... 

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Richard Wilson

First time author Richard Wilson was born on 5 July 1948 in Nairobi, Kenya where he lived through the Mau Mau rebellion. From the age of six, he was educated away from home in boarding schools. He attended Manor House School in Kitale, Kenya and Oundle School in Northamptonshire. Home for Richard included fifteen locations in Kenya, a large plantation in Borneo and homes in Zambia, South Africa and France before coming to live and work in England in industrial businesses. Richard has worked for GKN Plc as a divisional CEO and Bandt Plc as CEO. ... 

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Stan Wolf

Stan Wolf was born in Passau in 1950. He spent the first years of his life at a farm in Germany. The author passed school and the education in steel construction in Salzburg, at the foot of Untersberg where he has been running a small company for 30 years. Stan Wolf is married, has two daughters and by this time a granddaughter. His hobbies are flying and submerged cultures. His preference for the desert leads him to Egypt where he follows remote paths alongside the traces of the Pharaos several times a year. Because of his adventurous ... 

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Wolf Biedermann

was born in 1942 and lives in Leipzig. The physical chemist graduated from the University of Leipzig in 1973 with a doctorate in natural sciences and worked for many years afterwards as a scientist in the industry, at the Academy of Sciences and as an advisor for the German Ministry of the Environment and at the University of Leipzig. Wolf Biedermann retired in 2000.

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