Mary Mae Lewis
Mary Mae Lewis has been writing all of her life; she has kept a diary since she was sixteen and it is from the pages of her memoirs that her fiction is born.
Mary Mae has had articles published in the Press including The Telegraph, and is also a published poet.
The Author has always been a prolific letter writer, and prides herself on having kept most correspondence ever sent to her… in fact, her dream is to write forever!
The Stoke-on-Trent born Mary Mae, always had a yearning to live in foreign climes and, together with husband, Chris, and their first son, lived in Grand Cayman for four years and then Malawi for five, where two other sons were born. Mary is now a frequent visitor to The United States, where one son and his family live and has also visited Australia, where her brother and also a long standing pen-friend reside.
In Grand Cayman, Mary Mae worked as a reporter for the Island’s weekly newspaper and as a copy writer/account executive for the monthly magazine, The Northwester.
In Malawi, she was Secretary of the local Golf Club and produced a monthly newsletter with all the local Expat news.
Mary Mae excelled in sports and as a teacher helped others to fulfil their potential (she loved netball and was a champion swimmer ). She taught English as a foreign language for the last ten years of her working life, after completing a Degree in Combined Studies with Spanish and French as her main subjects.
The Author, now spends her time equally between Southern Spain - where she does most of her writing - and Newcastle-under-Lyme, where she enjoys buying and selling antiques, and delving into local history.