Bryan and Brandon are a pair of fraternal, non-related twins that draw off-color web-comics at www.abeerfortheshower.com and write novels together when not throttling their livers at the local bar. Between the two they have 46 short stories and 7 novels, half of which are extremely readable. Their most popular novel, The Missing Link, is a satirical retelling of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for the internet age. For their web-store, where all novels are available for purchase in e-book and paperback formats, visit http://www.abeerfortheshower.com/p/blog-page.html.
Currently the head chef of a successful provincial restaurant, A has worked in a variety of kitchens, from pubs to a 3 Rosette hotel. Choosing to write anonymously allows him to avoid the hassle of explaining to his customers that the shady practices, deviant behaviour or outright criminality he describes don’t happen in his current workplace. That, and the fear of some mad, aggrieved chef stalking him with a 9 inch Henckels.
Adam Clery is a Geordie journalism graduate and aspiring patter merchant who decided to cash in all his chips and up-sticks down to London. His life now consists of penning his thoughts on life, love and football for such reprehensible organisations as Scheidt's Footballing Miscellany, Trisickle Magazine and, of course, Sabotage Times. His dad may have played for Scotland at some point, but don't hold that against him. He takes milk, no sugar, and you can give him a piece of your mind at @AdamClery.
I have written under many aliases before; JK Rowling and Ernest Hemmingway to name but a few. Most recently I have turned my hand to the beautiful world of football. In my mind I have the teams I love and the teams that I hate but I try not to let that cloud my judgement when reviewing events on and off the field. I am a Chelsea fan of 20 years now. People say I look like Dimitar Berbatov, thank god they don’t say Gary Neville.
Adam Powley is a journalist and writer behind over 20 books. He is the author of the award-nominated When Boxing Was Boxing, the acclaimed When Cricket Was Cricket, and is the co-author of the award-winning 61: The Spurs Double. He has also written books on the World Cup and a number of other titles on Tottenham Hotspur, including When Football Was Football: Tottenham Hotspur. He has also reported and written for the Sunday Mirror, The Times, The Guardian, and Time Out.