Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


When my network connection died on me the other week it made me realise how much we rely on the internet these days.


I’ve mentioned before that my first book was written on a manual typewriter (aided by a notebook) and now life is so much easier – but also more fraught with dangers.


The web’s a scary place if you think about it with unimaginable amounts of information floating out there on the internet highway. What if everything went wrong? What would we do then?


My six year old grandson is being brought up with computers, he can already do stuff that I can’t. But to be truthful I wouldn’t be without it. Not only for research for the books I write, but for the ease of everything else.


For the moment, though, I’m going back to good old pencil and paper working out an idea for a new book. I have one finished ready to be sent to my publisher but I want to give it a final read-through first. And I’m crossing my fingers that I haven’t made any mistakes!


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