5 Seconds of Summer are Luke, Michael, Calum and Ashton, a pop-punk band from Australia. Formed in 2011, they were discovered on YouTube by One Direction and have since had chart-topping EPs and a sell-out tour.
Curtis James Jackson III (born July 6, 1975), better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is an American rapper. He rose to fame with the release of his albums Get Rich or Die Tryin (2003) and The Massacre (2005). Both albums achieved multi-platinum success, selling over twenty-one million copies combined. He is the author of From Pieces to Weight: Once Upon a Time in Southside Queens (S&S, 2006). He lives in New York.
I am the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. I’m seamless & frictionless already, thanks. Bit scared of physical infrastructure.
Stacy Parker Aab has written political and social commentary for The Huffington Post and Salon.com, and served as the primary contributor to Voices from the Storm: The People of New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina and Its Aftermath. She continues to work on Katrina-related research projects.
David Pruitt, M.D., editor-in-chief, is past president of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, with over 6,600 members, is the leading national association of physicians dedicated to the healthy mental development of children and adolescents.
Leroy Aarons, an award-winning journalist and playwright, was a national correspondent for The Washington Post and executive editor of The Oakland Tribune. He is the founder and past president of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.
Morra Aarons-Mele is the founder of the award-winning social impact agency Women Online, hosts the podcast Hiding in the Bathroom, and created the influencer network the Mission List. She was founding political director of BlogHer.com, and has written for the Harvard Business Review, the Huffington Post, MomsRising, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Guardian. She has lectured at the Yale Women’s Campaign School, the Harvard Kennedy School, and at the World Economic Forum for Young Global Leaders. Aarons-Mele is a graduate of Brown University and the Harvard Kennedy School, and lives in her pajamas in Boston, Massachusetts.
Deborah Aaronson is currently executive editor at Harry N. Abrams. She lives in New York.
Carolyne Aarsen lives in Northern Alberta where she was born, raised and married and has raised four children and numerous foster children. Carolyne's writing has been honed between being a stay-at-home mother, housewife, gardener, crafter columnist and business partner with her husband in their cattle farm and logging business. Writing for Love Inspired has given her the chance to combine her love of romance writing with her love for the Lord.
Frank W. Abagnale is now one of the world's most respected authorities on counterfeiting and secure documents. He has worked with the FBI's Financial Crimes Unit for more than 25 years and today teaches at the FBI Academy and for the FBI's National Academy. The founder of a secure-document corporation based in Washington, D.C., he lectures regularly worldwide. Abagnale lives in the Midwest with his wife and three sons.
Stephan Abarbanell grew up in Hamburg. He holds a Master of Divinity in Germany, served as a volunteer in a kibbutz in Israel, and worked as a chaplain at the University Hospital in San Francisco. As a journalist, he is head of cultural affairs with public Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg television and radio in Berlin. Displaced is his first novel.