Meg Henderson lived in several parts of the city including Blackhill, Drumchapel, and Maryhill. She went to a convent school and hated it, spending her time there winding up the nuns for fun. Libraries were her sanctuary and where she got an education. Meg worked within the NHS and then travelling to India with the Voluntary Service Overseas. On her return to Scotland she married and went back to work in her old hospital. Meg has been married for 47 years, has three children and two grandchildren. William McIlvanney’s work inspired her to write and Meg works as both a journalist and an author, writing for newspapers and television. Meg currently has two books at various stages.
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