Nadia Marks (ne Kitromilides,) was born in Cyprus, but grew up in London. A former creative director and associate editor on several leading British women’s magazines, she has collaborated with some of the world’s most celebrated photographers and writers. She has worked as a freelance writer for the Guardian, the Mail on Sunday, the Daily Express, the Independent, the Royal Photographic Society Journal, Psychologies, In Style magazine and others. For Europe and abroad she has contributed to Italian Vanity Fair, Brazilian Vogue, Greek and Australian Marie Claire, to the biggest Greek Sunday newspaper Vima, and the glossy Greek Cypriot lifestyle magazines Omikron and Must. She is now a novelist, her debut novel ‘Among the Lemon Trees’ was published by Pan Macmillan as have her three following novels, ‘Secrets Under the Sun’ ‘Between the Orange Groves’ and ‘One Summer in Crete. She has also written two YA novels published by Piccadilly Press.