Alexandra Potter is a British author of romantic comedies.
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Harlem is an American comedy television series created and executive produced by Tracy Oliver. It premiered on Amazon Prime Video on December 3, 20
List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1954.
Alice Katherine Martineau (8 June 1972 – 6 March 2003) was an English pop singer and songwriter.
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Lucy-Anne Holmes is a British author, actor and campaigner. She is best known for founding the No More Page 3 campaign in 2012 to convince editors
Harriet Evans Martin (died 1846) was an Anglo-Irish novelist.
Born Harriet Evans, she was the daughter of Hugh Evans, senior surgeon of the
Madeleine Sophie Wickham, known by her pen name Sophie Kinsella, is an English author. The first two novels in her best-selling Shopaholic series,
Lucy Robinson is an academic historian whose work examines the history of sexuality, identity politics, youth cultures and the political Left in t
Claudia Carroll (born c. 1969) is an Irish author and actress. She has been a regular on the RTÉ One soap opera Fair City.
Born in Dublin wh
Milly Johnson is a British author of romantic fiction. She has written 20 best-selling novels with over three million sales worldwide, one book of
Katherine Grace McNamara is an American actress, known for playing Clary Fray on the 2016–2019 supernatural drama television series Shadowhunters,
Lindsey Kelk is a bestselling British author, journalist and formerly worked as a children's book editor. She was initially signed up to a three-bo
Matt Dunn (born Margate, England, in 1966) is a British romantic comedy novelist. He was educated at Chatham House Grammar School in Ramsgate, and
Cecelia Ahern (born 30 September 1981) is an Irish novelist, known for her works like PS, I Love You; Where Rainbows End; and If You Could See Me N
Samuel Croxall (c. 1690 – 1752) was an Anglican churchman, writer and translator, particularly noted for his edition of Aesop's Fables.