Oh, buddy, it’s been a while since I wrote one of these “Sh!t I Learned Today” posts. Like, um, hi. My name is Meg Collett. This is my website. I write books and apparently, now, I write blog posts again.
It’s that time again, you guys! Here is the title reveal, release date, AND the entire first chapter from the third book in my best-selling Fear University series! * * Monster Mine Book 3 in the Fear University Series Release
Sh!t I Learned Today: Author Branding (Basically, how I completely screwed up my own author branding) I see you there, cringing and grimacing and moaning because, oh !*&%, this is another post on branding. But I promise, this won’t
Ok, so. You broke your book. You know, that book. The one buried in some obscure file on your computer. The one that haunts you. The one that no matter what you do, you can’t fix. But no matter how
Sh!t I Learned Today: Publishing Rejection Okay, this really isn’t something I learned. I mean, we all learn lessons about rejection throughout life. It seems that rejection is the one lesson we get to keep on learning, no matter
I turned 26 on Saturday. When you’re little, you just want to get older, to be a big kid. When you’re a teenager, you just want to be eighteen. Then you just want to be 21 so you can legally
When I first realized I wanted to be an author, I found that I was easily overwhelmed by the extreme learning curve I had before me. And it wasn’t just stuff you had to learn, but also execute every day
Why is it that when I’m writing, all I want to do is edit? Yet when I’m editing, I just want to be writing? And no matter what, when I edit, I act like a complete maniac. That was the