"This world may turn me down, but I won't turn away."
To sum it up in a few words, the above would be classified as a state of mind of Megan D. Bossler. A sixteen-year-old writer, she has limitless destinations and sky-high goals in her mind--a few of these which she has accomplished. Some of this success includes being published by SynergEbooks, being included in a limited edition of Young Writer's Anthology of Poetry, being nominated and awarded an IFLA (International Foreign Language Award) for Spanish, a member of the All-American Scholars, a current columnist for the News Eagle newspaper in Wayne and Pike counties, PA; and also participating as a writer for Voices (a by teens, for teens newspaper, project of the Reading Eagle/Reading Times newspaper in Reading, PA).
Megan also writes for the school newspaper and works in yearbook design, as well as graphic/book cover design for SynergEbooks.com. She is an aspiringg webmistress, and is currently co-webmistress of starry-eyed.org and is in the process of finally moving her personal website to her own domain.
Spare time for Megan is consumed with writing, graphic and website design, ballet, tap, and jazz dancing, horseback riding, working with disabled children for volunteer work and to hopefully change lives, reading, yoga, and watching ice hockey and movies. She also enjoys acting and recently took place and was awarded Excellent in a speech competition with her duet acting partner. As involvement in the church her family attends, Megan directs and sometimes writes screenplays as captain of the youth group's drama team.
She is beginning a novel in hopes that she will actually finish this one--as her computer consists of several unfinished novels--and possibly be published by SynergEbooks for the second time.
In the meantime, Megan is attempting to be a teenager and live up to school expectations as a fift former at the Hill School as a Principal's Honor Roll student, unfurling her true self and expression in her precious escape--writing.
"When I am fifty-three, I mean to write a novel as good as Persuasion, but with a modern setting."
"Yes but...how will you spend the next thirty years?"
-- Cold Comfort Farm
Malcolm Bradbury, Stella Gibbons