About My Life as a Writer

Meg Opperman penned her first mystery in the sixth grade. The protagonist was a dog named Smokey. Having moved on from her four-footed friend, she has written several short stories that actually have people in them. (Believe me, it’s better this way). A cultural anthropologist by training, Meg has mastered the art of eavesdropping in bars around the globe and being an unabashed snoop who’s always in search of a story. She’s currently at work on an urban fantasy novel set in DC.