Annette Lloyd Thomas is a self-declared bibliophile who has an obsession with Georgian Britain. She is exhilarated by debunking historical myths, discovering primary documents and challenging popular misconceptions.  She believes everyone has a story worth telling and is particularly drawn to people deemed "eccentric" by society. 

In 2018, she retired from over twenty years of teaching middle-school in Toronto. Born in Lewes, Sussex, England she now lives in Sidney, British Columbia with her husband, motor racing historian Rupert Lloyd Thomas.

Annette is happiest when she's learning something new and enjoys travelling, photography, art, architecture and playing bridge.  She has earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Geography & History and a Bachelor of Education from York University, Toronto.