Will Edwards is a writer of inspirational non-fiction, but he also writes business books and dabbles in a number of other genres including allegory. Born and raised in the north of Liverpool, he attended the ‘tough old school’ he wrote about in his first novel Fergus and Me. With some of the teachers bordering on psycho, he describes his outstanding achievement of the early part of his life as, simply, surviving it.
He eventually completed the formal part of his education, graduating from the University of Birmingham and travelled the world with the British company Apricot International. He became Technical Manager of the company and a lifelong member of the British Computer Society before finally discovering his life purpose: to inspire and encourage other people to live more meaningful lives, find their true calling and 'go for' their dreams.
His passion for personal development led to the launch of his hugely successful website and publishing imprint, White Dove Books. These days, he lives in a converted old barn nestled into the beautiful Exe Valley in the English county of Devon where he does most of his thinking, walking and writing. In his spare time, he likes to write songs and he can often be seen singing and playing guitar or piano at local musical events.