Meg Fee is a Texas-born writer who spent her formative adult years in NYC. She has a loyal following on Instagram (@meg_fee) and her blog, megfee.com. Her work has received praise from the Huffington Post, Jamie Varon, and Nora McInerny among others. In 2017 she said goodbye to New York to take up a Master's degree in Public Health at Duke University.
"Places I Stopped on the Way Home is an engaging account of a young woman shaping a life that shows her what she does and doesn't want, ultimately allowing her to become the person she wants to be ... I found myself frequently marking lines and wondering how Fee had sussed so many of these things long before I did." - The Writes of Woman "A collection of raw yet beautifully crafted snapshots of Meg Fee's painful coming-of-age in the city she had dreamed of inhabiting ... touched me far more than I had expected." - A Life in Books "Without question the best book I've read this year, and one that I will return to again and again, Places I Stopped on the Way Home is everything I love in a book." - The Literary Edit "Places I Stopped on the Way Home is perfect - an exquisite articulation of loneliness and searching." - Laura Jane Williams, author, Ice Cream for Breakfast "Meg writes so movingly about the way one's ghosts can inhabit a city, and how courage comes from embracing them." - Daisy Buchanan, author, How to Be a Grown-Up "A beautifully warm-hearted and vulnerable memoir. I enjoyed every single page."- Emma Gannon, author & broadcaster, Ctrl Alt Delete "If you ever needed a book that would be both relatable as hell when you're in your lowest dating woes, and act as the most soothing balm for heartbreak, then you need to add this book in your life." - Bustle