Janet Maile has been writing since she was a child. When she was a teenager, she wrote a lot of poetry and, later on, she wrote articles and short stories which were published in various magazines. The job she liked best was interviewing a man called Ben Clapp, who was the assistant to John Logie Baird but who had never received any recognition. The Scottish Field carried Maile’s two-page article, which came to the attention of Radio Rentals, who gave him a video recorder so that he could record his favorite TV programs. Maile is retired and lives in the UK near to her sons, daughter-in-law, and grandson. When she is not writing, she likes to dance or play music on her piano, keyboard, violin, or recorder. You can find out more about her on her website at www.janetmaile.com.