Megan has been writing stories since she could hold a pencil. Whether it was an Attenborough style garden nature diary in the school holidays or a university travel journal, storytelling has been a huge part of her life for as long as she can remember.
The need to write stories never left her and after university she trained at the top journalism school in the country while simultaneously building a career in local journalism and working in a pub, finally gaining her National Council for the Training of Journalists certificate in 2009 followed by her NQJ (senior qualification) in 2010.
Writing is her passion and she already considers herself as an 'old school' journalist; hand writing notes in scruffy shorthand and never losing her physical connection with the written word.
Her own rural roots and interests in travel, heritage, farming and nature have helped to steer her career as a freelance journalist towards telling inspirational stories from the Great British countryside and she recently identified a gap in the market and launched her own digital magazine, The Rural Travel Guide, focusing on the rural tourism industry.
As a rural writer, hard news is not always easy to find, so she is trained to dig out hidden angles and alternative stories and will happily put her skills to use to create content that will not only tell tales but educate, influence and engage your readers; whether it's a national title or a targeted blog. Her own style is to inject a bit of warmth and personality into each piece but she can also help you to find your own written voice.
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