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Megan Kelley Hall

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Megan Kelley Hall's first YA novels SISTERS OF MISERY and THE LOST SISTER were published by Kensington in August 2008 and 2009. Both books were recently re-released into mass market and optioned for film by Hollywood director, Allison Anders.

Hall is co-editor of an anthology about bullying for HarperCollins Publishers entitled DEAR BULLY: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories (HarperTeen, Sept. 2011).

Hall has written for a variety of publications, including Elle, Glamour, Boston Magazine, Parenting, American Baby, Working Mother, as well as an essay about her recent open heart surgery in former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan's anthology, WHAT'S POSSIBLE! (Meredith, 2008). Hall contributed a chapter in Ellen Hopkins' anthology, Flirtin' With The Monster. (B
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Megan’s Recent Updates

“School administrators can’t say it’s up to the parents. Parents can’t say it’s up to the teachers. Teachers can’t say it’s not their job. And kids can’t say, “I was too afraid to tell.” Every single one of us has to play our role if we’re serious about putting an end to the madness. We are all responsible. We must be.”
Megan Kelley Hall, Dear Bully

“Bystanders who do nothing give bullies permission inadvertently to go on being bullies. Most are afraid they’ll lose friends or be bullied themselves if they help victims or report bullies, and some feel guilty for years afterward.”
Megan Kelley Hall, Dear Bully

“In order to find some solution to the bullying problem, we’ll have to be more tolerant of ambiguity, subtlety, and strangeness not just in other people but in ourselves. It may be important to your identity that you are a soccer player, but it may be equally important that you can whistle the national anthem backward and make the world’s best spicy popcorn and do a wicked impression of Victoria Beckham. Schools, parents, and educational endeavors should encourage people not just to empathize but to discover and celebrate the weirdness in others and in ourselves. We need not just to think but to live outside the box. Weirdness is good. It keeps things interesting.”
Megan Kelley Hall, Dear Bully

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“I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”
Joan Didion

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
Oscar Wilde

“Yes: I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.”
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message 7: by Zoë

Zoë Sharp Hi Megan. Thanks so much for Friending me. How's the writing going with you?


Christine Hatfield thanks for being my friend


message 5: by Ida

Ida Plassay Hello Megan!
Thank you for befriending me!


Jeannie Faulkner Barber Hi Megan and thanks so much for adding me as a friend. You have so much going on in your life! Good for you!
Blessings,
Jeannie


Andrea Kulman Hi & thank you for being a friend on Good Reads!


message 2: by Kate

Kate Thanks for connecting as readerly friends. I'd like to invite you to read the first chapter of my new novel:

http://forthemayqueen.blogspot.com/

Sincerely,
Kate


Stacy-Deanne Stacy-Deanne Hello, just passing through to say hello! Look forward to being your friend here! Best Wishes!


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