Margaret Snowdon (nee Rutherford) was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but was brought south by her parents, at the age of eight. She attended the Secretarial School for Girls, until the age of seventeen.
She and her husband of 36 years live in a quiet village in the heart of Wiltshire, England. She’s an ardent reader, and enjoys history, writing, nature, wild-life and travel. She has three fine sons and a beautiful daughter, two gorgeous grand-daughters and a handsome young grandson, all of which bring her great joy.
After working full-time as a PA in a busy structural engineer’s office, and bringing up a family, she retired at the age of 62. It was then she started writing as a creative outlet. First a few poems that were published in various country magazines, and then short stories and essays on the American website – FanStory.com, where she won a trophy for Second Ranked Poet of The Year, and three trophies for Top Ranked Novelist of The Year.
Two of her full-length novels - The Promise of Heaven and Where The Curlew Flies - are both published, and there’s another in the pipe-line - The Edge of Heaven. All three books follow on, but can also stand alone. They are available from the websites: Amazon, Waterstones, Barnes and Noble – Smiths, and New Generation Publishing/New Generation Marketplace. The Promise of Heaven and Where The Curlew Flies are also available to read on Kindle.