Meagan Spooner
Absolutely brilliant. This is the sci fi I’ve been waiting for! Action, romance, twists and turns–this book has it all!

Beth Revis, New York Times best-selling author of ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

2017-11-06T11:42:38-05:00

Beth Revis, New York Times best-selling author of ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

Absolutely brilliant. This is the sci fi I’ve been waiting for! Action, romance, twists and turns–this book has it all!
"A literally breathtaking archaeological expedition. Spooner and Kaufman prove once again that no one does high-stakes adventure shenanigans like they do."

E. K. Johnston, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Star Wars: Ahsoka

2017-11-06T11:44:34-05:00

E. K. Johnston, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Star Wars: Ahsoka

"A literally breathtaking archaeological expedition. Spooner and Kaufman prove once again that no one does high-stakes adventure shenanigans like they do."
One of the most intense, thrilling, and achingly beautiful stories I’ve ever read. Kaufman and Spooner will break your heart with skilled aplomb, and you’ll thank them for it. Absolutely incredible! If I have to, I will come to your house and shove this book into your hands!

Marie Lu, New York Times best-selling author of the Legend trilogy

2017-11-06T11:48:19-05:00

Marie Lu, New York Times best-selling author of the Legend trilogy

One of the most intense, thrilling, and achingly beautiful stories I’ve ever read. Kaufman and Spooner will break your heart with skilled aplomb, and you’ll thank them for it. Absolutely incredible! If I have to, I will come to your house and shove this book into your hands!
With rich, complex characters and a dynamic—and dangerous—new world, THESE BROKEN STARS completely transported me.

Jodi Meadows, author of the Incarnate series

2017-11-06T12:09:41-05:00

Jodi Meadows, author of the Incarnate series

With rich, complex characters and a dynamic—and dangerous—new world, THESE BROKEN STARS completely transported me.
Intense and absorbing, Skylark transported me to a world of magic and danger unlike anything I’ve read before. I loved Lark, and was riveted by her journey of survival and self-discovery. Dark, original, and beautiful, this is a novel you don’t want to miss.

Veronica Rossi, author of UNDER THE NEVER SKY

2017-11-06T12:13:28-05:00

Veronica Rossi, author of UNDER THE NEVER SKY

Intense and absorbing, Skylark transported me to a world of magic and danger unlike anything I’ve read before. I loved Lark, and was riveted by her journey of survival and self-discovery. Dark, original, and beautiful, this is a novel you don’t want to miss.
Skylark's rich narrative and plucky heroine will transport you into a mesmerizing and horrifying world.

New York Times bestselling author Carrie Jones

2017-11-27T09:17:02-05:00

New York Times bestselling author Carrie Jones

Skylark's rich narrative and plucky heroine will transport you into a mesmerizing and horrifying world.
With its blend of dystopian, steampunk, and generally fantastical elements, Spooner's follow up is even stronger and more gripping as the debut and is sure to ensnare further loyal readers.

Booklist (Starred Review)

2017-11-27T10:01:57-05:00

Booklist (Starred Review)

With its blend of dystopian, steampunk, and generally fantastical elements, Spooner's follow up is even stronger and more gripping as the debut and is sure to ensnare further loyal readers.
This intriguing dystopian adventure's depiction of the stand this strong female protagonist takes against the horrors of her world is fast-paced, compelling, and un-put-downable.

VOYA

2017-11-27T10:05:07-05:00

VOYA

This intriguing dystopian adventure's depiction of the stand this strong female protagonist takes against the horrors of her world is fast-paced, compelling, and un-put-downable.
Once again, the worldbuilding is superb, the characters fully fleshed out and intriguing, the battles riveting, and the edge-of-the seat suspense compelling. Teens looking for a well-written dystopian adventure with steampunk elements in the magical machines created by the Architects will enjoy spending time with Lark and her companions.

VOYA Magazine, starred review

2017-11-27T10:27:43-05:00

VOYA Magazine, starred review

Once again, the worldbuilding is superb, the characters fully fleshed out and intriguing, the battles riveting, and the edge-of-the seat suspense compelling. Teens looking for a well-written dystopian adventure with steampunk elements in the magical machines created by the Architects will enjoy spending time with Lark and her companions.
An extremely entertaining tale of past, present and future leaving the question: where does humanity stand when the best laid plans backfire?

Children's Literature

2017-11-27T10:29:04-05:00

Children's Literature

An extremely entertaining tale of past, present and future leaving the question: where does humanity stand when the best laid plans backfire?
A haunting and romantic exploration of love and what sacrifices come with freedom.


Marie Lu

2017-11-27T15:17:04-05:00

Marie Lu

A haunting and romantic exploration of love and what sacrifices come with freedom.
Amazing. That one word describes the whole book.

VOYA

2017-11-27T15:18:24-05:00

VOYA

Amazing. That one word describes the whole book.

In Search of the Write Space: Meagan Spooner

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20 Responses to “In Search of the Write Space: Meagan Spooner”

  1. THE CAT IN THE “BASKET/BED”= S2S2S2 ALL THE FEELZ! <33333333333333

    • Meagan says:

      Heee! Yes! He’s so good about keeping me company. He’ll spend hours sleeping in that bed; he dreams a lot, too, always twitching and waking up to tell me about it. (He’s a very vocal cat.)

  2. Meg's Mom says:

    Love everything about your new office. What a great decision to move to Asheville and a new space all your own! But we miss you here!!

  3. Yay, congrats on the new living space and the new write space! I love that your cat gets his own little spot on your desk, lol!

    That blue wall is just gorgeous, and the world map decal is such a great touch (I have a soft spot for maps). I love the idea of making it a travel map with those colorful map pins. 🙂

    Those posters of the Skylark and These Broken Stars covers are SO AWESOME! I love-love-love those “floating” stacks of ARCs on the wall!

    Those focus candles are a great idea, too. I think I might try that technique for keeping myself from getting too distracted. 🙂

    LOVED this post, Meagan! Thanks so much for sharing your write space with us — and for running this series for a whole year now!

    • Meagan says:

      Thank you, Kelley! I love the color too. It’s pretty important for my mental health to have colors around… otherwise I just start to feel pretty meh.

      And the candles work WONDERS. It’s not some mystical spiritual whatever, it really is just some place for my eyes to go that won’t get me sidetracked on something else.

  4. Leonor (Ner) says:

    Okay, I want a poster of TBS like yours!!!! And your bookshelves!!! Actually, can I steal your office?!?! 😛
    Thank you so much for sharing your office and for the giveaway ^_^
    XX Ner

    • Meagan says:

      Hah, feel free to copy! I admit to taking a lot of ideas from other Write Space posts, when it came time to set up my new office. We are hoping to do something with a TBS poster giveaway, so stay tuned on that!

  5. magan bagan says:

    I love the set up! It’s gorgeous and it looks like it would be a comfortable room to work in.
    Beautiful colors and I absolutely love the map painted on the wall!

    • Meagan says:

      Thank you! I can’t take credit for the map, though–it’s not a painting, it’s a decal. I’m so not artsy enough to have done that on my own. The transfer is tricky enough as it is!

  6. Vivien says:

    Love the picture with the couches and the shelves! Perfect reading spot 🙂

  7. Diyana says:

    Congratulations on your writing space! It looks amazing!!
    I haven’t got a writing space myself (yet), so I’m super envious of that big shiny desk that can house 2 monitors, an Icarus, candles, a lamp, and STILL give you room for note-taking space! Awesome.
    On a separate note, is your bear perhaps called…Wash? 😀

    • Meagan says:

      Aaaaaand we have a winner! Congratulations for being the first to correctly identify Washbear. (You know. Like Washburne. But a bear.)

      And yeah, the desk is fantastic. I love it so. My mom’s been offering it to me for years, but I never had a space big enough for it until now!

  8. Leandra says:

    I was so excited to see your name come up! You have such a great space. Loved all the fun quirky things- the tentacles and figurines. And the stories behind everything. I’m currently putting together an office for me in our first bedroom, and I have to keep reminding myself that painting won’t actually ‘kill’ you… Also, can I just say that I’m addicted to typing with this amazing font you have. I don’t want to stop writing. It’s so fun… K, I’m stopping. =(

  9. Alexandra E says:

    My favorite is of your bookcase and your wall with the lovely map cutout shapes. I love that. With bookcases I have this thing where if the person reads YA I automatically look for The Fault in Our Stars. It’s silly but I always do it. And I love that almost everyone has read the wonderfulness that is Harry Potter! But then again it could just be on their shelf so it makes them look like nonmuggles.

  10. Caleb Ray says:

    I love the space. It just looks so comfy :3 I also really like the blue. Its nice and bright. A stellar space yields stellar writing!

    -CALEB
    (book lover, reviewer, and vlogger)

  11. […] Upon the 1-year anniversary of her In Search of Write Space series, Meagan Spooner finally shared pictures of HER write space! […]

  12. Hi Meagan! This is SO AWESOME to see your office and picture where you live!!! It’s so gorgeous and organized – just the opposite of me! I almost didn’t read this week’s edition of The Write Space because I’m on the tightest deadline of my life. My 115,000 word YA has to be edited/revised in 10 days. Due next Monday – gulp! I finally got a pub date: 11/4/14 – at last! I’m so glad I peeked in here! I love the desk, the walls, the framed posters of your covers, the special items that survived the fire (sniff!). Can’t wait to read you and Amie’s book!!!

  13. I have no idea how you got so many hardcovers to hang on those Umbra shelves! I tried three hardcovers and three paperbacks on mine, and it came tearing off the wall! But hanging stuff is not my specialty.

    I’ve been wanting to read The Giver forever, I have it on my Kindle, but I suspect I’m going to want a physical copy, too.

    Thanks for the close-ups of your bookshelves. I love spying on others’ books – especially authors. And I saw The Road. YAY!!! 🙂

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