The Boy Next Door

The Boy Next Door by Meg Cabot

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Meg Cabot ( Meg Cabot , full name - Maggin Patricia Cabot, Meggin Patricia Cabot) Aliases - Patricia Cabot (Patricia Cabot) and Jenny Carroll (Jenny Carroll) Maggin Patricia Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, in the year of the Fire Horse, which was famous for its unlucky Chinese astrological horoscope. Luckily, she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people knew about the Fire Horse brand - at least until Meg was a teenager when she failed algebra twice. She spent her childhood looking for air-conditioned rooms - and such places at that time were very few in southern Indiana. The main source of chilled air was found in the city`s public library, where Maggin spent many hours reading in succession the collected works of Jane Austen, Judy Bloom and Barbara Cartland. After six years at Indiana University, armed with a degree in fine arts, Maggin moved to New York, determined to succeed as a freelance illustrator. However, working as a book designer soon led to what was a true love for her - writing, and she gave up art and went to work as an assistant manager at New York University, and wrote books on weekends (and whenever her superiors did not look at her side). The first of her many (so far five, but there will still be!) Historical romance novels, "Where Roses Grow Wild" ("Intoxicating scent") was published in 1998 under the pseudonym Patricia Cabot, followed the next year by a pair to him "Portret Of My Heart", which complements the series about Lord Rawlings. In 1991, Cabot received her BA from Indiana University. In 2000, writer Meg Cabot received a flattering offer to participate in an anthology with renowned artists such as Jude Devereaux and Jill Barnett. Peru Mag Cabot owns more than fifty phenomenally successful books, which are published with a total circulation of more than 15 million copies worldwide. Many of Meg Cabot`s creations have become # 1 bestsellers in The New York Times, especially the Princess Diaries series, which has been published in more than 38 countries around the world and has been used as two hit films by the Walt Disney Studios. Meg Cabot`s personal website has approximately 62,120 readers each month. In addition, the series "Mediator" and "1-800-Where-R-You?" (on the basis of which the TV series "Missing" was filmed), two books "All-American Girl" ("Desperate Girl"), "Teen Idol" ("Idol and fans"), "Avalon High", "How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format (Just a Neighbor, A Boyfriend Met a Girl, Every Boy`s Got One), a Detective Series (Size 12 Is Not Fat, Size 14 Is Not Fat Either, Big Boned), and a series of books called Queen of Babble. Meg is now writing new book series such as Allie Finkle`s Rules for Girls, YA, Airhead, which will debut in spring 2009. Her new, self-explanatory episode, "Abandon", will be out in summer 2009. Currently, Meg is fully devoted to writing and divides her time between Key West (Florida), Indiana, and New York with her cats (one-eyed Henrietta and Jam), and husband Benjamin Egnatz, a writer and poet whom she married April 1, 1995 ("Fools` Day" once again reminds her husband that only fools tie the knot), who does not know that he married the Fire Horse. Please don`t tell him.  Fan club (Russian) , official site , Meg Cabot , bibliography , IMDb , Wikipedia .

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Meg Cabot ( Meg Cabot , full name - Maggin Patricia Cabot, Meggin Patricia Cabot) Aliases - Patricia Cabot (Patricia Cabot) and Jenny Carroll (Jenny Carroll) Maggin Patricia Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, in the year of the Fire Horse, which was famous for its unlucky Chinese astrological horoscope. Luckily, she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people knew about the Fire Horse brand - at least until Meg was a teenager when she failed algebra twice. She spent her childhood looking for air-conditioned rooms - and such places at that time were very few in southern Indiana. The main source of chilled air was found in the city`s public library, where Maggin spent many hours reading in succession the collected works of Jane Austen, Judy Bloom and Barbara Cartland. After six years at Indiana University, armed with a degree in fine arts, Maggin moved to New York, determined to succeed as a freelance illustrator. However, working as a book designer soon led to what was a true love for her - writing, and she gave up art and went to work as an assistant manager at New York University, and wrote books on weekends (and whenever her superiors did not look at her side). The first of her many (so far five, but there will still be!) Historical romance novels, "Where Roses Grow Wild" ("Intoxicating scent") was published in 1998 under the pseudonym Patricia Cabot, followed the next year by a pair to him "Portret Of My Heart", which complements the series about Lord Rawlings. In 1991, Cabot received her BA from Indiana University. In 2000, writer Meg Cabot received a flattering offer to participate in an anthology with renowned artists such as Jude Devereaux and Jill Barnett. Peru Mag Cabot owns more than fifty phenomenally successful books, which are published with a total circulation of more than 15 million copies worldwide. Many of Meg Cabot`s creations have become # 1 bestsellers in The New York Times, especially the Princess Diaries series, which has been published in more than 38 countries around the world and has been used as two hit films by the Walt Disney Studios. Meg Cabot`s personal website has approximately 62,120 readers each month. In addition, the series "Mediator" and "1-800-Where-R-You?" (on the basis of which the TV series "Missing" was filmed), two books "All-American Girl" ("Desperate Girl"), "Teen Idol" ("Idol and fans"), "Avalon High", "How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format (Just a Neighbor, A Boyfriend Met a Girl, Every Boy`s Got One), a Detective Series (Size 12 Is Not Fat, Size 14 Is Not Fat Either, Big Boned), and a series of books called Queen of Babble. Meg is now writing new book series such as Allie Finkle`s Rules for Girls, YA, Airhead, which will debut in spring 2009. Her new, self-explanatory episode, "Abandon", will be out in summer 2009. Currently, Meg is fully devoted to writing and divides her time between Key West (Florida), Indiana, and New York with her cats (one-eyed Henrietta and Jam), and husband Benjamin Egnatz, a writer and poet whom she married April 1, 1995 ("Fools` Day" once again reminds her husband that only fools tie the knot), who does not know that he married the Fire Horse. Please don`t tell him.  Fan club (Russian) , official site , Meg Cabot , bibliography , IMDb , Wikipedia .