It’s halfway through September, but I’m gonna do the Blog-tember Challenge. I’m thinking I might do two posts a day to catch up. I may or may not finish in September; it’s not a big deal either way! The prompt for September 1 is…
Imagine the front sleeve of a hard cover novel. Give us your “About the Author” so we can get to know one another, and for fun tell us what your imaginary novel would be about.
I’m not going to write in the third person, because I am really bad at it, but I’ll tell you a little bit about me.
My name is Meghan Frick (obviously). I live in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, and work for the (two-person) communications department of the Georgia Department of Education.
I grew up in Columbia, South Carolina with my mom, dad, two brothers, and a rotating cast of animals. My mom can’t resist a stray, and she passed that down to me — I don’t have any pets, but keep a steady supply of cat treats in my car for the strays in my apartment complex.
I graduated from Appalachian State University in 2013 (one year late, whoops!) with a degree in public relations. I had a busy, wonderful college experience and I’m so grateful I decided to attend school out of state. Adventures are worth it, y’all, even the little ones!
I am all kinds of introverted. I love people, I love making connections — really. But if someone cancels a lunch date, there’s gonna be a giant sigh of relief. Just being real here.
I love exploring cities, decorating my apartment, breakfast restaurants, working with kids, and tearing through stacks of books. I also love to write, and before my current job I was a newspaper reporter.
Faith is something I don’t know how to describe in a way that actually encompasses it, and it’s the anchor of my life. Everything good in me is Jesus.
I think that’s about it :) And I’m not sure what my imaginary book would be about, but it would probably be set somewhere in the South and have sweeping, over-romantic descriptions of place…kinda like this blog.