So, when I meet new friends, I usually end up skipping the

Hi, I'm Megan

I'm a writer with a passion for stewardship. I believe we can use the time, money, resources, and knowledge we've been given to create fulfilling, world-changing lives.

What does that look like? Well, it looks like thinking twice before buying things I don't need. It looks like sitting on my office floor painting a pickle jar I rescued from a life in the trash can. It looks like sharing the knowledge I've collected by writing books, and helping people like you do the same.

part and jumping straight to the, "What do you think, is a hot dog a sandwich?" part. I'll try to take it slow this time.

Top three music artists?

Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy, and John Denver. (I'm an eclectic individual.)

The day after Thanksgiving, baby.

After my couch? Honestly, probably Disney World.

When do you put up the Christmas tree?

WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO TRAVEL?

INFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What's Your coffee order?

Anything with more chocolate than coffee.

Fig the fox from @juniperfoxx. Seriously, he's a star.

Star Trek: The Next Generation always feels like home.

What celeb do you most want to meet?

What's Your comfort TV SHOW?

(things you weren't wondering... until now)

Megan Alms is a freelance writer and graduate of Taylor University’s Professional Writing program. Her debut children’s book, Creature from the Woods, will be released in the spring of 2022 by Familius Publishing. She also works as a book proposal writer for Platinum Literary Services. Megan has been freelance writing for three years now, and in that time has published nearly 100 written works in national web and print publications.

In 2017, Megan won Zionsville Cultural District’s sidewalk poetry contest, for which the prize was having her poem permanently printed in a local sidewalk. Megan’s work has also been featured in magazines such as Focus on the Family’s Brio, Devozine, and The Secret Place. She is a regular contributor to Taylor University’s professional writing blog and is a faculty member for the university’s annual writing conference.

Megan lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Carson. When she is not writing, Megan enjoys working on craft projects, photography, scrapbooking, and video blogging.

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