On Hummingbird Wings…

on May 5, 2020

[photo: Meg's hummingbird]
My Dear Readers:

One of you wrote and asked if it would be possible to get a PDF version of my May newsletter so she could print it to re-read when she was feeling in need of cheering up. Thanks to the wonderful writerspace team, Degan created a PDF version, and Cissy has created a link for those of you who would like to access a PDF version of my newsletter.

I am so grateful to know so many of you enjoyed what I wrote and it helps lift your spirits. Knowing that you took the time to read it lifted mine. Thank you so much to all of you.

Much love,

Meg xo

Meg talks HIDDEN COVE with Tampa Bay Times

on November 11, 2019

What actor, author Meg Tilly reads for balance

In her own romance thrillers, she aims for both darkness and light.  Meg Tilly first gained fame as an actor in the 1980s for her performances in such films as Agnes of God and The Big Chill. Tilly, 59, is also an accomplished writer whose novels include Gemma and Singing Songs, stories that take on pedophilia and are based on her own experiences as a girl. She also writes the Solace Island series of romance-thrillers. We caught up with the author from her home office in British Columbia on the eve of publication of her newest book, Hidden CoveKeep reading…


CA Live Interview on NBC7 San Diego

on June 5, 2019

On Cliff’s Edge with Meg Tilly

She found fame as an actress, and she is also as an accomplished author. Danielle sits down with Meg Tilly to talk about her new novel Cliff’s Edge, what it’s like to play Brad Pitt’s wife in his new Netflix film “War Machine”, and more! Watch the video here.

Interview with The New Orleans Advocate

on June 5, 2019

Actress-author Meg Tilly keeps romance and suspense in her life, and her books

When Meg Tilly was nominated for an Academy Award in 1986 for her supporting role in “Agnes of God,” the 25-year-old sat in the audience on Oscar night hoping Anjelica Huston would walk away with the prize.

Tilly’s portrayal of a novice nun who gives birth and insists that the dead child is the result of a virgin conception is nothing short of stunning, probably the reason she’d already won the Golden Globe Award.

“I remember thinking, however, as I sat next to Anjelica Huston… Keep reading here