Margaret Brownley was born on July 30. At a very young age, her nature reflected romanticism. She once told her first-grade teacher that a handsome man with "startled" eyes stole her homework. At the age of seven, she thought the word "startled" meant starry-eyed. Right from her childhood days, she developed a habit of turning her daydreams into interesting short stories. She had always been a storyteller and could never realize when she became a writer. As a grown up, Margaret started writing articles for a number of magazines. She has written more than 400 articles for different magazines till date. She has a long list of interesting speeches and talks, which would attract the writing groups. She is a popular speaker and has spoken to women's groups, religious and charitable organizations, and national conferences across the country. Margaret is also an author of romance novels and has numerous published books to her credit, most of them set in the 1800's.

Married to her real-life hero, George, they had three grown children, but her life took an abrupt turn when their oldest son Kevin died following a long illness, and she began writing articles on grief to help ease her own pain. The marriage live in Southern California, happily surrounded by five grandchildren.

Book List in Order:3 titles

  • EVERYTHING HAPPENED SO SUDDENLY . . . Brock Adams could only watch in horror as the truck jackknifed and bore down on the small van in which he and his two young children were traveling. In one split second, Brock's world was changed forever. T...


  • Suddenly her dream made sense For years, Janette Taylor dreamed she'd heard her newborn baby cry. But the doctors had told her the infant was stillborn. Then she met Amy, the ten-year-old who looked exactly like the child in a portrait Janette's f...


  • Silence was not always golden Deaf since childhood, Danielle Landen had always felt isolated from those she loved. She blamed her deafness for the failure of her marriage and for her teenage daughter's increasing resentment. But finally, thanks...