Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


Married Again to the Millionaire

I was listening to late night radio last night when this question came up:

What was the first book ever written using a typewriter?

I didn’t know the answer but I wonder if anyone reading this does? I’ll send a copy of my latest book Married Again to the Millonaire to the first person who gives me the right answer.

The clue is it was in 1875.

And talking of Married Again to the Millionaire, it’s just had a lovely review from WeWriteRomance which you can read here:
http://www.wewriteromance.com/reviews/review/review-margaretmayo-marriedagaintothemillionaire

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6 Responses to “Married Again to the Millionaire”

  • Laney4 says:

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.

  • Lacey Devlin says:

    Great question! I have to admit I've sort of blocked out any experience I had with a typewriter – it must have been traumatic 😉

  • Mary Ann Derbin says:

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

    The first published book ever written on a typewriter was The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Mark Twain used a Remington in 1875.

  • Margaret Mayo says:

    Two clever people out there who have given me the right answer. On hindsight I guess I should have asked you to email me your answers so that no one else knew what your answers were. Next time…

    And the winner is: Laney4

    email me your address here Laney and I'll send you your prize.

  • Margaret Mayo says:

    Laney, my email address hasn't appeared, I see, and I can't get it to work. But you'll find it at the bottom of my web pages.

  • Laney4 says:

    Hi!
    Sorry to be so late in responding; I haven't been near the computer lately (which is a total shocker)!
    I just emailed you the info.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!


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