Stacey Megally

Stacey Megally is a writer, runner, and incurable bookworm. Her writing has been featured in The Dallas Morning News, Running Room Magazine, The Bookwoman, and on stage at LitNight Dallas and the Oral Fixation live storytelling show. When she isn’t knee-deep in words or marathon training, she’s hanging out with her smart, funny husband and their two extremely opinionated dogs. Instagram: @staceymegallywrites

Why Your Favorite Author Wants to Connect with You

Two authors, Alex Temblador and Allison Trowbridge, share their thoughts about why your favorite author wants to connect with you.

The AAPI Reading Challenge for May and Beyond

The AAPI Reading Challenge is committing to read at least two books from AAPI perspectives we’ve never before considered.

10 Books on Caring for Elderly Parents

Whether you’re looking for a practical guide, an empathetic friend, or something in between, here are 10 books on caring for elderly parents, Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande.

Scenes From Books That Stay With Us Become a Part of Us

Deep down we know that certain scenes from books become part of who we are, but I recently found myself wondering how and why it happens.

Is There Such a Thing As a Reliable Narrator?

Is there such thing as a reliable narrator? One reader asks other avid readers and writers for their opinions.

Books About TV Shows: 14 Titles That Take You Behind the Scenes

If you like the idea of mixing your favorite storytelling mediums through books about TV shows, these books will take you behind the scenes.

What Is the Literary Ecosystem and Why Does It Matter?

Get to know the creation of a book through the literary ecosystem and what your role is in keeping it thriving.

Hunting for Podcasts That Feel Like Literary Novels

Were there any podcasts out there, other than S-Town, that feel like literary novels? I decided to start by looking at fiction podcasts.

The Art of Ghostwriting Is As Human As It Gets

What goes into the art of ghostwriting? A look behind the scenes of the process with two ghostwriters.

The Speed Reading vs. Slow Reading Showdown: One Reader’s Adventure

Could speed reading be a solution to my reading FOMO? While my instincts questioned speed reading's lofty premise, I had nothing to lose.