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Meg Cabot


Author of intimate, young adult functions, like the Princess Diaries series as well as the Mediator books. She actually is also the writer of fiction for kids, like Allie Finkle’s Guidelines for Girls, in addition to for adults, like the Heather Wells secret series. She went to Indiana University or college and arranged her sights on the profession in illustration. Nevertheless, after shifting to NEW YORK, she began composing, and she released several romance books in the past due 1990s. She’s written books beneath the pencil titles of Meggin Cabot, Patricia Cabot, and Jenny Carroll. She’s had numerous number 1 New York Occasions bestsellers, offering over 25 million copies of her books. She wedded poet Benjamin Egnatz in 1993. Her book, Every Boy’s Got One, presents a fictionalized accounts from the couple’s Apr Fool’s Day time elopement. The Princess Diaries series was converted to a film by Disney, where Anne Hathaway portrayed her imaginary personality Mia Thermopolis.

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Full Name Meg Cabot
Date Of Birth February 1, 1967
Place Of Birth Bloomington, IN
Height 1.72 m
Profession Young Adult Author
Education Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington High School South
Nationality American
Spouse Benjamin D. Egnatz
Parents C. Victor Cabot, Barbara Cabot
Nominations Edgar Award for Best Young Adult
Movies Avalon High, Ice Princess, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The Princess Diaries
Star Sign Aquarius

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1On a book tour for her newest YA standalone novel "How to be Popular." [September 2006]
2In 1991, she received a B.A. from Indiana University.
3Cabot has more than 15 million copies of her books - both young adult and adult - in print worldwide.
4Received the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best British Isles Historical Romance, 1999, for "An Improper Proposal."
5Was awarded one of the Top Ten Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers selection, Best Book selection, American Library Association, and New York Public Library Teen Book for the New Millennium citation, all 2001, all for "The Princess Diaries." "The Princess Diaries" was also voted "one of the nation's 100 best-loved novels" by the British public as part of the "The Big Read," British Broadcasting Corporation, 2003.
6Before she was published, Meg worked as an assistant dorm manager at New York University.
7When asked her age, Meg responds by saying she has the same birth date as Princess Stephanie of Monaco, minus 2 years.
8Owns a one-eyed cat named Henrietta and a cat her neighbor gave her named Gem (or Jemima).
9Owns a house in Key West, Florida (USA) and an apartment in New York City, NY (USA).
10Has lived in Indiana, California and New York (USA) and France.
11High School: Bloomington High School South



Avalon High2010TV Movie novel
1-800-Missing2003-2006TV Series based on characters by - 55 episodes
Ice Princess2005story
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement2004characters
The Princess Diaries2001novel



Blue Peter2004TV SeriesHerself

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