A lifelong word-wrangler, Meagan trained under bestselling authors like Jerry B. Jenkins and DiAnn Mills, studying both fiction and non-fiction.
When most people her age were getting married or pursuing master’s degrees, Meagan was spending her twenties haunting writers conferences, learning from mentors, and pitching her writing. During her time as the editor of a flash fiction magazine, she discovered a love for helping writers strengthen their craft.
Today, she is a contributing writer for Lifeway’s Journey devotional, a communications associate, and a freelance writer. She lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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