Meg says her body feeds on daylight, her heart on reflected light, her mind on absorbed light and her soul twilight. A romantic pioneer, Meg has lived in the light of seven cities, two provinces, and two continents. And of course, by the hemlines of the Aegean, the Bay Fundy, the St. Lawrence, and the Great Lakes. Meg teaches Humanities, Art History, and Writing at Fanshawe College in Ontario, Canada and enjoys the company of exceptional colleagues and students. More than the sum total of all of these, her family constantly reinvents her.
Meg says her novels are socio-psychological mysteries, teased by fate and haunted by irony.