James Gault, born in Scotland, has recently retired to SW France after spending ten years in the Czech Republic . There he enjoys the sunshine, writes novels, short stories and English Language textbooks.
In his time James has been an IT specialist, a businessman and a teacher as well as a writer, and has traveled extensively throughout Europe. He has worked with and taught English to students of many nationalities. He has an international outlook on life and his writing reflects both this and his other interests.
Apart from writing, his passions are politics, philosophy, film making, computer system development and his grandchildren.
As well as ELT books and his novels, he has written short stories published in various reviews and magazines. In 2007, he won the writing prize from the British Czech and Slovak Society for his short story 'Old Honza's Day Out'.