Maggie Gilbert can’t remember a time when she didn’t want to be a writer, even when she was otherwise occupied. She’s been an executive editor, an equestrian journalist and worked with horses for the Modern Pentathlon event at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
She has an Equine Science Degree and wrote for Hoofbeats Magazine. Currently she’s a content coordinator by day and a writer of coming of age romance stories whenever she grabs the time. She also runs very slowly, plays the cello not well at all, and is an episodic (and thus pretty terrible) gardener. Much to the trepidation of her family, she has recently decided to learn to cook.
Maggie lives on a property in country NSW with her husband and her dog, and enjoys the irregular visits from her grown stepdaughters.