My name, in the world of tax returns and self-serving politicians and ever-increasing gasoline prices, is Gail Burch.
Ever since I learned to read, I have loved books.
For almost as long, I have made up tales.
I’ve written horrible poetry, better short stories, adequate commercials, educational and industrial film narration, and very forgettable screenplays. Once I learned how to make a story last longer than a few paragraphs I moved on to novels, and there I stayed.
It seemed oh-so-important once, like it made me a Real Writer, to have a pseudonym. I’ve been a Writer long enough now that I don’t much care whether I’m considered Real or not, but I still have the pseudonym.
As Maggie MacKeever, I write historical romance.