Author Archives: Meggan Connors

About Meggan Connors

Mother. Wife. Author. Teacher. Really, really bad soccer coach.

Game Day

So, it’s Super Bowl Sunday, which is a big day in many American households. It’s a pretty big day in this one, too. There will be food and drinks and parties to attend. It also happens to be a few … Continue reading

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The Spirit of the Season

So, as per usual, the holiday season has snuck up on me again. This year, I told myself that I would somehow get ahead of the game. My husband was out of town this week, so I decided that I … Continue reading

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Keeping Organized

I just wrote an entire post where even I wasn’t entirely sure what the point was.  And that brings me to the point of this post: Organization. Organization is the bane of my existence. No really. You should see my … Continue reading

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The Agony of Research

Hi Everyone! Meggan Connors here. Now, I want you to know, I don’t go searching for errors in the historical romances I read. I find them, sometimes, but I don’t look for them. And if I’m really honest, even when … Continue reading

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Spunky

I’m writing this post in the middle of the night, so forgive me any errors. I’ve been thinking a lot–A LOT–about the differences in how we describe heroes and heroines. For instance, our heroes are alphas, they’re strong and tough, … Continue reading

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Marketing for the Introvert

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted here. So many new faces! In any case, I’ve been busy writing my newest novel, while editing my upcoming historical romance, Highland Deception. And it’s actually this latest novel, which centers around … Continue reading

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Reinventing Yourself.

I write Victorian-era romance set in the West. When I first set out to write, it hadn’t been my intention to write westerns. I happen to live in the West, and I liked the Victorian age for a number of … Continue reading

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