October 23, 2020

Hello! I hope you are well. Ireland’s forests are beautiful in the autumn, full of color. As I was walking through the forest earlier this week, I was reminded of these lines from What Edward Heard. They are the beginning of chapter two, when we first meet Edward. The Western Front, France, Autumn 1916 In…

July 31, 2020

Read The Collectors for free with Kindle Unlimited or buy for only $2.99!    My best to you all, Megan

July 7, 2020

“Fairy tales don’t really ever end. They keep going. And so does the story of when I woke up.” Hello! It’s launch day! I’m excited to share with you what happens next, after Aurora wakes up. Five Reasons to Read When Aurora Woke: You’ve read While Aurora Slept and this is its sequel! There are…

July 4, 2020

Happy Fourth of July! I like how this poem speaks to the character of the people creating a nation. I think of all those many people in history that are not in the textbooks but are in the fabric of our country. E pluribus unum. A Nation’s Strength by William Ralph Emerson (the cousin of…

June 16, 2020

I’m very happy to share with you that WHEN AURORA WOKE will be releasing around the world on July 7th in Kindle and paperback! Even more exciting, Kindle pre-orders are available now, so you can be among the first people to read this exciting next chapter in Aurora and Midnight’s story. In the spirit of…

June 6, 2020

Hello, Tomorrow is D-Day + 76 Years. In the beginning, after the Allies landed in France, D-Day (June 6, 1944) had days added onto it. D-Day + 5, D-Day + 19, and so forth. We remember D-Day still, because it was such an important turning point in the war, an important inflection toward victory and…

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