Megan Stewart Author: Megan Stewart

Northeast Ohio born and raised, Megan has been writing in some form for as long as she can remember. In two decades as a program coordinator in social service and education, she became the “go to” person for technology and other hard to handle issues. Megan has been freelance writing and consulting since 2003 and bid farewell to the brick and mortar world for good in 2011.

She now combines her love of writing and passion for helping people develop their potential to make her living full time as a freelance writer.

She contributes regularly to several websites on a variety of topics including parenting, freelancing, writing, self-development, and prepping/survival skills. Single mom of four and grandmother of seven, in her occasional “free” time she blogs. You can read Megan's blog by clicking the link at the top of this page.


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Scrivener Free Trial Research (Review of this Free Writing Program)

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Using Scrivener to Collect/Store Research for Writing Projects

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Writing Prompts for Kids (Creative Story Starts for Children)

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