Hi, I’m Margaret McGoverne; I’m a writer and published author of stories that blend my passions of science, society, history, people watching and anomalous phenomenon, all seasoned with a smattering of autobiographical flavour. I write about the tensions between individual and societal change, roots and backgrounds, memory and childhood, and how we face and process the unknown.
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My first novella, a historical fiction sci-fi, The Battle of Watling Street, was published in 2017 and is now available to buy on Amazon. I’m currently writing my first full-length novel, And the Buntings Flew. I’m also writing a contemporary sci-fi novel, The Bondage of The Soil, the sequel to The Battle of Watling Street.
I also enjoy writing short and flash fiction; you can read a selection of my published stories here.
I’m the founder and editor of the flash fiction quarterly ezine Strippedlit500, showcasing new short fiction up to 500 words.
Please join me on Facebook , Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest – the latter has boards for each of my writing projects, where you can view a flavour of the themes and locations that inspire my writing.
“To live is the rarest thing in the world” – Oscar Wilde