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The four judges have a wealth of experience in the world of books and storytelling. They'll be whittling down the entries to find the final three books in the End of Story competition.
Carole Blake has worked in publishing for over 40 years. She heads the book division of Blake Friedmann whose clients include Joseph O'Connor and Maeve Haran. Her book, From Pitch to Publication: Everything You Need To Know To Get Your Novel Published, was published in 1999.
Best known for his role as Finn in Casualty, Kwame Kwei-Armah is also an award-winning playwright. The National Theatre produced his play, Elmina's Kitchen to critical acclaim and it has been nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for best play. He's currently working on screenplays for film and television.
       
Muriel Gray counts Stephen King as a fan and her horror-story books include The Trickster, Furnace and The Ancient. Her company, Ideal World is the biggest TV production company in Scotland. She lives in Glasgow with her husband and three children.
Giles Coren is restaurant critic for The Times and under the pseudonym Professor Gideon Carter, writes The Intellectual's Guide to Fashion in The Sunday Times. He ghost-wrote the autobiography of James Dyson, inventor of famous vacuum cleaner and has recently sold his first novel.



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