Born and educated in the Potteries in Staffordshire, writer Margaret Kaine now lives in Leicester. Her short stories have been published widely in women’s magazines in the UK, and also in Australia, Norway, South Africa and Ireland.  Ring of Clay, her debut novel, won both the RNA’s New Writer’s Award in 2002 and the Society of Authors’ Sagittarius Prize in 2003. She has now published seven romantic sagas about life in the Potteries between the 50’s and 70’s; Ribbon of Moonlight is also set partly in Paris. Translations include German and French. Her latest novel, Song for a Butterfly is now available in paperback, large print and as an ebook.

A new novel, Dangerous Decisions, which is an Edwardian romantic suspense with a different setting, will be published by Choc Lit in early December.

All details of her books can be found on her website - www.margaretkaine.com