Meg is a writer and coach. After freelancing for more than twenty years, she founded Freelance Filter to teach the basics of SEO, technology, and freelancing to writers and business creatives.

The intersection of writing, teaching, and technology is her sweet spot.

She currently coaches and teaches tech and freelancing, manages member services for Ninja Writers Community and is a column editor for The Ninja Writers Pub. Her works in progress include a time travel novel, a fantasy trilogy, and a series of short stories called Where the Lost Things Go. The first in the short story series, Where Are My Pants?, is available on Amazon.

You can connect with Meg @writewizard on Twitter, join the Freelance Filter Facebook group, or email her at meg@solutionsbystewart.com.


Ready to get your fiction or nonfiction book out into the world and just need to know how and where to start with marketing?

Are you a writer or small business owner who struggles with learning the technology you need to run your business online?

If you prefer one on one, I offer coaching services for writers and solopreneurs. Contact me for package pricing.

Meg is an amazing teacher. She’s helped so many Ninja Writers understand the basics of what they need to know to become working writers. She has a natural way of understanding what her students need and providing it in a way they can easily understand.”

–Shaunta Grimes, Ninja Writers, LLC


How to Identify Your Purpose

Focusing on your purpose makes a boring job more rewarding. Focusing on your purpose can help you find something about it to turn a not so fun job into something more rewarding. But only if you know what your purpose is. Here’s how I figured out my true purpose.


If you’d like to contact Meg, feel free to send an email to meg@solutionsbystewart.com.

You can also find Meg on Medium, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

If you prefer phone, you can leave Meg a voicemail at (440) 721-8972. Please speak clearly and slowly. It will be transcribed and forwarded to her email.