Joined 7 years ago from south of england
Hi - I am a freelance editor, writer, beekeeper and dealer in old textiles, living in Kent, UK, although I was born in Scotland. I have joined hubpages to see if I can get some help on one of my projects - a dictionary of fictional women's biography - so I will be posting bits of that for your opinions. I will probably branch out into my other areas of interest - I have been beekeeping for a few years now so have accumulated a small amount of knowledge and made plenty of mistakes that I can share with you. I have travelled a lot in countries to the east of here and may get round to telling you tales of Timbuctoo and dancing in the desert, living in West Africa, or following the 'hippy trail' round India.
The Magster is one of my earliest nicknames and I have to confess that photo on this page isn't exactly new but the only one I could adapt to fit. I'll try to get a better one soon.
If you want to see more about me, google <maggy hendry guardian top 10>
That's all for now...
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