Rev. Maggy Whitehouse is an experienced writer for newspapers, magazines, radio and television as well as an accomplished blogger and highly experienced journalist. Her latest articles were published in My Weekly, The Independent, Steam Railway Magazine and Bella.
She specialises in swiftly-written articles with appropriate humour to help get the message across. Maggy is also a talented ghost-writer and editor.
She began her writing career as a journalist in local newspapers, graduating to submitting copy to national newspapers as an expert on Crown Court reporting. In the 1980s she moved into radio, becoming breakfast writer and newsreader at two independent local radio stations and then Breakfast Presenter at BBC Radio WM.
From there, Maggy moved to becoming a writer and producer for BBC and ITV Daytime TV programmes including the famed Pebble Mill at One. At the same time she wrote her first book, China By Rail.
Two Independent Television documentaries later, she moved on to becoming the relationships writer for Bella magazine while also writing for Woman, Living and Take a Break as well as writing human interest and travel articles for The Sunday Telegraph and The Independent.
For the last 15 years Maggy has worked primarily as an author with Time Warner, O Books and Axis Mundi and as an editor, as part of her company Tree of Life Publishing. She is now writing regularly for My Weekly, Saga Magazine, The People’s Friend, The Oldie and is a regular columnist for local Dartmoor newspaper The Moorlander.
Maggy regards her life as a magical mixture of writing, comedy, teaching and ministry and she thoroughly enjoys writing on any subject on this fabulous Earth—and beyond.