Peter Litchfield was born in North London in 1978. His foray into the world of professional writing came in his early twenties, when he was employed to write music reviews for Touch Magazine, DJ Magazine and a number of other music-related publications.
Litchfield's first book, Six Steps To Sleep, is widely considered an authority on the methods of good sleep hygiene practice, a program he developed from his own experiences as a sleep a sleepless teen and twenty something.
His second second book, Pocket Happiness, is a short spiritual guide that focuses on the cultivation of true happiness and freeing oneself from the vacuous trappings of consumer culture. Guardian journalist, Chantelle Fiddy, described the book as "inspirational and eloquently written".
Aside from his own writings, Litchfield has ghost written books for a number of notable self-development gurus, and worked as a freelance journalist in South East Asia.
Litchfield's writing ability is broad, spanning a number of subject areas, including health & fitness, mindfulness meditation, electronic music and internet marketing.