Megan Kelley Hall, 35, freelance writer and literary publicist living North of Boston,is currently represented by Elisabeth Weed of Weed Literary in NYC with her first YA novel, SISTERS OF MISERY, published by Kensington in August 2008. Hall also has an essay about her recent open heart surgery in former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan's anthology, WHAT'S POSSIBLE! (Meredith Books, 2008). Megan recently contributed to bestselling author Ellen Hopkins' anthology, FLIRTIN' WITH THE MONSTER (BenBella Books, May 2009). THE LOST SISTER, the second in the SISTERS OF MISERY series, will be published in August of 2009.
Hall regularly writes articles for a variety of local and national magazines and publications, including Elle, Glamour, Boston Magazine, Parenting, American Baby, Working Mother, The Boston Globe, Boston Herald, and several other publications.
She studied creative writing at Skidmore College under the Pulitzer-Prize winning author Steven Millhauser. Hall is also writing a non-fiction memoir about her recent open heart surgery, as well as her life as a cancer survivor, her partial vision loss and the premature birth of her very healthy and happy six-year-old daughter Piper Elizabeth.
She lives north of Boston with her husband and daughter.
SISTERS OF MISERY, Kensington 2008
THE LOST SISTER, Kensington 2009
Elisabeth Weed, Weed Literary
Julie Kane-Ritsch, Gotham Group
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