About the author

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Bestselling, award-winning author Megan Thomason lives in paradise aka San Diego, CA with her husband and five children. A former software manager, Megan vastly prefers writing twisted tales to business, product, and marketing plans. When she isn’t typing away on her laptop, she’s reading books on her phone–300-600 a year–or attending to the needs of her family. Megan’s fluent in sarcasm, could potentially benefit from a 12-step program for road rage, struggles with a Hot Tamales addiction, loves world travel & fast cars and hates paperwork & being an insomniac.

Megan is represented by Michelle L. Johnson, Literary Agent and Founder of Inklings Literary Agency. Contact information (for industry professionals) can be found here.


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  1. day

    I love your books!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Diane

    When will arbitrate be released? I just finished Daynight and loved it!!! Can not wait for the 2nd book.

  3. Alicia Sandoval

    Hi Mrs. Thomason,
    WHOA!! 5 children & you *still* have time to read? With 3 I find it difficult to meet my 300 books I pledged to read on Goodreads this year. Not to mention the fact that you WRITE the books everyone wants to read!!! Can you say “Super Woman”?

    I just would like to say, as a 31 year old woman, I am *loving* your Daynight series!! Good for fans of all ages this story is! Now, I know you just released the 2nd full novel, “Arbitrate” (I’m still on 1st book), and I’m concerned because once I find a series that blows my mind (i.e. Daynight), I always inwardly cringe when I come to find that the whole series has yet to be released. That being said, have you started work on the 3rd part of the series (I saw a review that made it appear Arbitrate will not be the end for these lovable characters that are SO TRUE TO LIFE)? If you have, do you have a title picked out yet and a tentative release date? Also (I was looking for an email for you like many authors make public), what are the chances I can score an ARC ;) ;)? I’m only half-kidding because if I was totally serious that’d be rude of me to ask :).

    I plan on reviewing your books on Amazon & Goodreads, but I’m going to be honest. So far, it’s 4-5 star material that’s got me hooked, but in my reviews I’ll state some things that would’ve made me enjoy it even more (I can’t believe I just wrote that since I’m really going to have to be kind of picky about some things since it’s SUCH a great concept and the execution has been bordering on perfection).

    Anyways, I digress. My main questions are the 2 I asked at the beginning about the 3rd novel’s title and if it’s already in the works or has a release date. Also, I have always thought it’d be amazing to have the chance to critique an author’s novel before it’s actually published. What I mean by that is checking the flow of sentences, or being part of a “focus” group (or whatever authors use) to help give feedback on the unfinished, yet to be finalized piece of work that authors must agonize over time and time again….even after it’s on bookshelves I’m sure. I’m sure you’ve already gpt a well established team put together, but I’m just putting it out there. Actually, I’m screaming “Pick me!! Pick Me!!! I want to give it a go!” but I thought that’d be uncool. Oops! Did I type that out loud?
    Anyways, GREAT WORK, can’t WAIT to read the completed series, and I’m SO GLAD I found this series, though the agony of waiting for the end end will likely end up causing a minor stroke. I blame myself, not you. Thanks for writing a book that spans all ages, and I can NOT wait to finish book 1 & go onto to the .5 book, and then the 2nd. I figure by Saturday 3 am or earlier I will be disheartened and crushed that the waiting will begin.

    Seriously, though?? You’re AMAZING!! Now, don’t do anything other then work on the 3rd part. Everything else can wait.

    Thanks for the life changing read!!
    Your Devoted Reader,
    Alicia S.

  4. Drake Blossfield


    My name is Drake Blossfield and for an independent reading novel, I chose you book “Daynight”. After I read it, I had to read the next one in the series. I was wondering if you could answer some of my questions.

    1) Would you want to visit Thera?
    2) Would you like to become a Genitor?
    3) Who did you base the character Kira off of?
    4) What inspired you to write this book?
    5) What’s in store for the next book?
    6) Who inspired you to become an author?
    7) Who is your favorite author?
    8) What would you be if you were not an author?
    9) Do you have a ritual for writing?

      • Drake Blossfield


        I just wanted to thank you for answering my questions. I really appreciate you taking the time out of your day to do that.


  5. Aaronni Miller


    I just finished Daynight and just had Clean Slate Complex delivered to my Kindle. All I can say is WOW! I was literally pulled in your book from the first page; that hasn’t happened since I read Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and the Enclave series. I enjoy your writing SO much! I really hope Daynight is a trilogy (maybe more?!). Do you have a newsletter, so that I can stay up to date on all of your releases?! Please keep doing what you are doing! My entire family (which is rather large) is tripping over themselves to read your books (we all love to read). Thanks!


  6. Judy Schechter

    Hi Megan, I had participated in The Hunt For Tomorrow and I think it was so nice of you to send that awesome stylus/pen combo to everyone! I loved it so much and I used it everyday on my Kindle Fire! But someone stole it :(
    I live in a nursing home and there’s a lot of theft here unfortunately. If you have any left could you send me another one please? Thanks!!

  7. Judy Schechter

    Thank you so much!! I really appreciate it!!

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