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ChickLit author extraordinaire. Probably most well known for her ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' series, which was adapted for [[Film/ThePrincessDiaries a Disney movie]]. Has written a number of series for teens and adults and recently began her first series for children.

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Meggin Patricia Cabot (born February 1, 1967) is a ChickLit author extraordinaire. Probably most well known for her ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' series, which was adapted for [[Film/ThePrincessDiaries a Disney movie]]. Has written a number of series for teens and adults and recently began her first series for children.


* AuthorTract: Cabot isn't afraid of inserting her political and social views into her books. It's more obvious in some novels than others.



* LovableAlphaBitch: Quite a bit of Cabot's books feature this type of character, usually as the protagonist's best friend, or as a character who turns into something akin to that during the book. Pretty much never the protagonists, though.



* PairTheSpares: Very frequently.



* PointOfView: Writes almost exclusively in first person.
* SameStoryDifferentNames: While her plots tend to be very different, her characters tend to be very similar to one another, especially her main characters.

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* PointOfView: Writes almost exclusively in first person.
* SameStoryDifferentNames: While her plots tend to be very different, her characters tend to be very similar to one another, especially her main characters.
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* ShoutOut: When Meg realized that a lot of anime fans were fans of her books, she put random ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' name drops into her books.

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* TheJinx: The title character in ''Jinx''.


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* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Used extensively in the Boy series. Each book has (mostly) different characters, but they all seem to have known each other, some for justified reasons (a lot of them do work at the same company, after all), but others through completely random coincidence. Notable examples include Stacy Trent turning out to be Mitch Hertzog's sister, or Amy Jenkins, annoying HR rep to Mel and later MeanBoss to Kate, just happening to have somehow screwed Jane over in the past as well. Also, Nadine's fiancé Tony from the first book just happens to show up and hire Ida Lopez to work in his restaurant in the second, and apparently Aaron Spender and Cal Langdon both slept with Barbara Bellerieve.


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* PersonAsVerb: In ''How to Be Popular'', the phrase "Don't pull a Steph Landry" is the basis for the entire plot.


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* VanHelsingHateCrimes: The Palatine Guard of the ''Insatiable'' series see nothing wrong with [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique torturing]] a captive vampire, especially since nothing short of outright killing one would leave any evidence. Alaric Wulf, one such Guard, repeatedly [[InsaneTrollLogic makes the argument]] that since the BigBad who gravely injured his partner is a vampire, he is fully justified in summarily killing any and all vampires he meets, and any human who dares harbor one. In the first book, during the climactic battle against the BigBad and his minions, the Palatine Guard repeatedly shoot the vampire protagonist Lucien in the back (he survives because he is just that [=BadAss=]).


* AdaptationDecay: Hilariously {{lampshaded}} in the ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' books. Jess comments on the TV show and talks about how it has virtually no basis in truth and many characters in the last book mention that they've watched the TV show.
** Also mentioned in-universe a couple of times in ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'', where Mia mentions how inaccurate the movies are (though it's mainly the second one that she has a problem with).
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Jess in the ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series. Even though beneath his tough exterior, the 'bad boy' Rob [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold isn't that bad]].
* AlphaBitch: Frequent in her novels, but among the most obvious are Lana Weinberger (''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' series) and Lauren Moffat (''How to be Popular'')

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* AdaptationDecay: Hilariously {{lampshaded}} in the ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' books. Jess comments on the TV show and talks about how it has virtually no basis in truth and many characters in the last book mention that they've watched the TV show.
** Also mentioned in-universe a couple of times in ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'', where Mia mentions how inaccurate the movies are (though it's mainly the second one that she has a problem with).
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Jess in the ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series. Even though beneath his tough exterior, the 'bad boy' Rob [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold isn't that bad]].
* AlphaBitch: Frequent in her novels, but among the most obvious are Lana Weinberger (''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' series) and Lauren Moffat (''How to be Popular'')



* CharacterOverlap: One of the ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' novels has Mia reference Sam from ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl'' and Jess from ''1-800-Where-R-YOU''
* ConsummateLiar: Katie in ''Pants on Fire''. Mia in ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' also has this problem, made worse by the fact she had a PinocchioNose to boot.
* FaceOnAMilkCarton: In ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'', Jess Mastriani discovers her powers when she dreams about the locations of kids whose pictures she's seen on milk cartons, and puts this ability to good use. By book 2, she's mostly switched to having someone in the "Missing Persons" department send her pictures of kids who are genuinely in need of help (as opposed to those who were taken away from an abusive parent who wants them back for selfish reasons).
* FramingDevice: The first ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' book is supposed to be the statement that Jessica is giving to the authorities following her experience. The sequels drop this.
* JailBaitWait: The main obstacle in Jess and Rob's relationship.
* HideYourLesbians: Averted in the ''Queen of Babble'' series.
* HugeGuyTinyGirl / OneHeadTaller: Many of her couples. Notable examples include Jess and Rob, David and Sam, and John and Pierce.
* LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces: Lizzie a thousand times Lizzie, who repeatedly falls for sophisticated, European guys Andy and [[spoiler: Luke]] but finally realizes she's in love with [[spoiler: long-time friend Chaz]].

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* CharacterOverlap: One of the ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' novels has Mia reference Sam from ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl'' and Jess from ''1-800-Where-R-YOU''
* ConsummateLiar: Katie in ''Pants on Fire''. Mia in ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'' also has this problem, made worse by the fact she had a PinocchioNose to boot. \n* FaceOnAMilkCarton: In ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'', Jess Mastriani discovers her powers when she dreams about the locations of kids whose pictures she's seen on milk cartons, and puts this ability to good use. By book 2, she's mostly switched to having someone in the "Missing Persons" department send her pictures of kids who are genuinely in need of help (as opposed to those who were taken away from an abusive parent who wants them back for selfish reasons). \n* FramingDevice: The first ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' book is supposed to be the statement that Jessica is giving to the authorities following her experience. The sequels drop this.\n* JailBaitWait: The main obstacle in Jess and Rob's relationship.\n* HideYourLesbians: Averted in the ''Queen of Babble'' series.\n* HugeGuyTinyGirl / OneHeadTaller: Many of her couples. Notable examples include Jess and Rob, David and Sam, and John and Pierce. \n* LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces: Lizzie a thousand times Lizzie, who repeatedly falls for sophisticated, European guys Andy and [[spoiler: Luke]] but finally realizes she's in love with [[spoiler: long-time friend Chaz]].



* MyBelovedSmother: Jess's mother in ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'', especially to her brother Douglas.
* NinetyPercentOfYourBrain: The basis used to explain how Jess gets her ability after being struck by lightning in the ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series.



* RichSuitorPoorSuitor: Played with in Queen of Babble between Luke and [[spoiler: Chaz]]. They're both rich trust fund kids but Luke is a European Prince and wealthy banker while [[spoiler: Chaz is a phd student wanting to be a Philosophy professor. He even tells Lizzie straight out that considering his poor prospects he wouldn't blame her for choosing Luke]].
* RomanticFalseLead: Taken to comical extremes in Queen of Babble. Andy is the obvious false lead to the charming Luke, [[spoiler: however in the sequels Luke is the false lead to Chaz, who has been around since the beginning.]]



* ShipperOnDeck: Jess from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series ships Special Agents Johnson/Smith. They immediately [[ShipSinking sink her idea]] though when they point out that Johnson is married and they are simply work partners.



* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Lizzie in Queen of Babble who falls for both Andy and [[spoiler: Luke]] after they go on about wanting to become teachers and doctors. [[spoiler: They both turn out to be jerks]], and she eventually falls for her [[spoiler: best friend Chaz]].
* TheirFirstTime: An issue in many of her books, especially ''Ready or Not''.
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Skip from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Very frequent. A notable example is in [[spoiler: the Queen of Babble series]] where [[spoiler: the first book is all about the protagonist's romantic relationship with attractive, sophisticated, wealthy Luke Brandon. By the end of the third book she has dumped him in favor of her best friend's ex and longtime friend, Chad. As the series progresses it makes sense, but you wouldn't have guessed that was how the series would turn out from the first book.]]
* WrongGuyFirst: [[spoiler: Wrong guy first ''and'' second in Queen of Babble series]]
** Twice in the ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl series'' (with the same guy no less!). Sam initially believes she loves Jack before meeting David and Lucy believes she loves Jack before meeting Harold.
* YourCheatingHeart: Katie in ''Pants on Fire'', Nikki in ''Airhead''

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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Lizzie in Queen of Babble who falls for both Andy and [[spoiler: Luke]] after they go on about wanting to become teachers and doctors. [[spoiler: They both turn out to be jerks]], and she eventually falls for her [[spoiler: best friend Chaz]].
* TheirFirstTime: An issue in many of her books, especially ''Ready or Not''.
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Skip from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Very frequent. A notable example is in [[spoiler: the Queen of Babble series]] where [[spoiler: the first book is all about the protagonist's romantic relationship with attractive, sophisticated, wealthy Luke Brandon. By the end of the third book she has dumped him in favor of her best friend's ex and longtime friend, Chad. As the series progresses it makes sense, but you wouldn't have guessed that was how the series would turn out from the first book.]]
* WrongGuyFirst: [[spoiler: Wrong guy first ''and'' second in Queen of Babble series]]
** Twice in the ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl series'' (with the same guy no less!). Sam initially believes she loves Jack before meeting David and Lucy believes she loves Jack before meeting Harold.
* YourCheatingHeart: Katie in ''Pants on Fire'', Nikki in ''Airhead''Fire''.


* ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries series'': Her breakout success. The novels focus on teenager Mia Thermopolis who seeks solace in her diaries upon finding out that she is actually the Princess of Genovia. Adapted into movies starring Creator/AnneHathaway and Julie Andrews.
* ''Literature/TheMediator series'': Focuses on Suze Simon, a young woman who is a mediator, meaning she can interact with ghosts. She takes it upon herself to help them cross to the other side. Trouble arises when she falls in love with a ghost.
* ''Literature/OneEightHundredWhereRYou'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.
* ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl'': Samantha Madison finds herself a national heroine when she saves the President from an assassination attempt. And then she finds herself falling in love with his son. Has a sequel entitled ''Ready or Not''.
* ''Literature/AvalonHigh'': Ellie Harrison begins to notice strange parallels between KingArthur and life at her new high school. Has a manga sequel and was adapted into a Creator/DisneyChannel movie.
* ''Literature/QueenOfBabble'': The main obstacle in Lizzie Nichol's love life is that she just cannot for the life of her keep a secret!
* ''Literature/AirheadSeries'': Brainiac Emerson Watts loses her body in a freak accident and has her brain transplanted into supermodel Nikki Howard's body. Now she has to deal with fame, the shallow lifestyle she hates and a conspiracy behind the imposing Stark Enterprises.
* ''Insatiable'': A modern re-telling/sequel to Bram Stroker's Dracula.
* ''Literature/AllieFinklesRulesForGirls series'': A series of children books for tween girls.
* ''Literature/TheHeatherWellsMysteries'': A series of three books about Heather Wells, a former child IdolSinger, whose label dropped her. She now works at a university as a dorm administrator. In every book, someone ends up dead, and Heather investigates while dealing with her crazy co-workers, annoying, cheating ex-boyfriend (also a famous pop star) a police officer who believes she's nothing but trouble, and her huge crush on her roommate/landlord/brother of her former flame.
* ''Literature/TheAbandonTrilogy'': In a modern retelling of the myth of Persephone, teenager Pierce Oliviera dies and is chosen to become the consort to the Lord of the Underworld, John Hayden. Pierce manages to escape back to the realm of the living but something keeps drawing her back to John. Not helping is the presence of the Furies, evil souls who wants nothing more than to make John suffer and hurt her in the process.
* ''Literature/FromTheNotebooksOfAMiddleSchoolPrincess'': A spinoff series of ''The Princess Diaries. Olivia Grace, believing herself to be "average," soon finds out from the school bully that she is a princess of Genovia, and that her father is royalty. Princess Mia then saves Olivia from a brutal beatdown, and introduces her to the life of Genovian royalty.

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* ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries series'': '' The Princess Diaries'' series: Her breakout success. The novels focus on teenager Mia Thermopolis who seeks solace in her diaries upon finding out that she is actually the Princess of Genovia. Adapted into movies starring Creator/AnneHathaway and Julie Andrews.
Creator/JulieAndrews.
* ''Literature/TheMediator series'': ''The Mediator'' series: Focuses on Suze Simon, a young woman who is a mediator, meaning she can interact with ghosts. She takes it upon herself to help them cross to the other side. Trouble arises when she falls in love with a ghost.
* ''Literature/OneEightHundredWhereRYou'': ''1-800-Where-R-You'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.
* ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl'': ''All-American Girl'': Samantha Madison finds herself a national heroine when she saves the President from an assassination attempt. And then she finds herself falling in love with his son. Has a sequel entitled ''Ready or Not''.
* ''Literature/AvalonHigh'': ''Avalon High'': Ellie Harrison begins to notice strange parallels between KingArthur Myth/KingArthur and life at her new high school. Has a manga sequel and was adapted into a Creator/DisneyChannel movie.
* ''Literature/QueenOfBabble'': ''Queen of Babble'': The main obstacle in Lizzie Nichol's love life is that she just cannot for the life of her keep a secret!
* ''Literature/AirheadSeries'': ''Airhead'' series: Brainiac Emerson Watts loses her body in a freak accident and has her brain transplanted into supermodel Nikki Howard's body. Now she has to deal with fame, the shallow lifestyle she hates and a conspiracy behind the imposing Stark Enterprises.
* ''Insatiable'': A modern re-telling/sequel to Bram Stroker's Dracula.
''Literature/{{Dracula}}''.
* ''Literature/AllieFinklesRulesForGirls series'': ''Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls'' series: A series of children books for tween girls.
girls.
* ''Literature/TheHeatherWellsMysteries'': ''The Heather Wells Mysteries'': A series of three books about Heather Wells, a former child IdolSinger, whose label dropped her. She now works at a university as a dorm administrator. In every book, someone ends up dead, and Heather investigates while dealing with her crazy co-workers, annoying, cheating ex-boyfriend (also a famous pop star) a police officer who believes she's nothing but trouble, and her huge crush on her roommate/landlord/brother of her former flame.
* ''Literature/TheAbandonTrilogy'': ''Abandon'' trilogy: In a modern retelling of the myth of Persephone, teenager Pierce Oliviera dies and is chosen to become the consort to the Lord of the Underworld, John Hayden. Pierce manages to escape back to the realm of the living but something keeps drawing her back to John. Not helping is the presence of the Furies, evil souls who wants nothing more than to make John suffer and hurt her in the process.
process.
* ''Literature/FromTheNotebooksOfAMiddleSchoolPrincess'': ''From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess'': A spinoff series of ''The Princess Diaries.Diaries''. Olivia Grace, believing herself to be "average," soon finds out from the school bully that she is a princess of Genovia, and that her father is royalty. Princess Mia then saves Olivia from a brutal beatdown, and introduces her to the life of Genovian royalty.



* ''Literature/TeenIdol'': Jenny Greenley, known for being her school's [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]], guides movie star Luke Striker around her school as he studies for a role. Meanwhile, she learns about herself.

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* ''Literature/TeenIdol'': ''Teen Idol'': Jenny Greenley, known for being her school's [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]], guides movie star Luke Striker around her school as he studies for a role. Meanwhile, she learns about herself.



* ''Victoria andthe Rogue'': Wealthy young heiress Lady Victoria Arbuthnot is shipped off to London to find a husband, becoming engaged to the perfect English gentleman, even before setting foot on British soil. Hugo Rothschild, ninth earl of Malfrey, is everything a girl could want in a future husband: he is handsome and worldly, if not rich. Lady Victoria has everything just as she’d like it. That is, if raffish young ship captain Jacob Carstairs would leave well enough alone. Jacob’s meddling is nothing short of exasperating, and Victoria is mystified by his persistence. But when it becomes clear that young Lord Malfrey just might not be all that he’s professed to be, Victoria is forced to admit that she is wrong. Not only about her fiancé, but about the reason behind the handsome ship captain’s interference.

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* ''Victoria andthe and the Rogue'': Wealthy young heiress Lady Victoria Arbuthnot is shipped off to London to find a husband, becoming engaged to the perfect English gentleman, even before setting foot on British soil. Hugo Rothschild, ninth earl of Malfrey, is everything a girl could want in a future husband: he is handsome and worldly, if not rich. Lady Victoria has everything just as she’d like it. That is, if raffish young ship captain Jacob Carstairs would leave well enough alone. Jacob’s meddling is nothing short of exasperating, and Victoria is mystified by his persistence. But when it becomes clear that young Lord Malfrey just might not be all that he’s professed to be, Victoria is forced to admit that she is wrong. Not only about her fiancé, but about the reason behind the handsome ship captain’s interference.


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* ''Literature/QueenOfBabble''


* ''Literature/AvalonHigh'': Ellie Harrison begins to notice strange parallels between KingArthur and life at her new high school. Has a manga sequel and was adapted into a DisneyChannel movie.

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* ''Literature/AvalonHigh'': Ellie Harrison begins to notice strange parallels between KingArthur and life at her new high school. Has a manga sequel and was adapted into a DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel movie.


* RedHeadedHero: Sam in ''Literature/AllAmericanGirl'' and Jean in ''Jinx''.

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* ''Literature/FromTheNotebooksOfAMiddleSchoolPrincess'': A spinoff series of ''The Princess Diaries. Olivia Grace, believing herself to be "average," soon finds out from the school bully that she is a princess of Genovia, and that her father is royalty. Princess Mia then saves Olivia from a brutal beatdown, and introduces her to the life of Genovian royalty.


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* ''Literature/FromTheNotebooksOfAMiddleSchoolPrincess''

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* ''Nicola and the Viscount'' - Nicola Sparks, sixteen and an orphan, is ready to dive headlong into her first London Season. A whirlwind of fashionable activities awaits her, although nabbing a husband, ordinarily the prime object of every girl's Season, is not among them. For Nicola has already chosen hers: a handsome viscount by the name of Lord Sebastian. Everything is going well, until the infuriating Nathaniel Sheridan begins to cast doubt on the viscount's character. Nicola is convinced Nathaniel's efforts to besmirch Lord Sebastian's sterling reputation will yield nothing. But when she begins to piece things together for herself, the truth that is revealed has as much to do with the viscount as it does with Nicola's own heart.
* ''Victoria andthe Rogue'': Wealthy young heiress Lady Victoria Arbuthnot is shipped off to London to find a husband, becoming engaged to the perfect English gentleman, even before setting foot on British soil. Hugo Rothschild, ninth earl of Malfrey, is everything a girl could want in a future husband: he is handsome and worldly, if not rich. Lady Victoria has everything just as she’d like it. That is, if raffish young ship captain Jacob Carstairs would leave well enough alone. Jacob’s meddling is nothing short of exasperating, and Victoria is mystified by his persistence. But when it becomes clear that young Lord Malfrey just might not be all that he’s professed to be, Victoria is forced to admit that she is wrong. Not only about her fiancé, but about the reason behind the handsome ship captain’s interference.

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* ''Literature/OneEightHundredWhereRYou''


* ''1-800-Where-R-You'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.

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* ''1-800-Where-R-You'': ''Literature/OneEightHundredWhereRYou'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.


* ShipperOnDeck: Jess from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series ships Special Agents Johnson/Smith. They immediately [[ShipSinking sink her idea]] though when they point out that Johnson is married and they simply work partners.
* ShoutOut: When Meg realized that a lot of anime fans were fans of her books, she put random ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' namedrops into her books.

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* ShipperOnDeck: Jess from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series ships Special Agents Johnson/Smith. They immediately [[ShipSinking sink her idea]] though when they point out that Johnson is married and they are simply work partners.
* ShoutOut: When Meg realized that a lot of anime fans were fans of her books, she put random ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' namedrops name drops into her books.


* ShipperOnDeck: Jess from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series ships Special Agents Johnson/Smith.

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* ShipperOnDeck: Jess from ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' series ships Special Agents Johnson/Smith. They immediately [[ShipSinking sink her idea]] though when they point out that Johnson is married and they simply work partners.


* ''Literature/1800WhereRYou'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.

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* ''Literature/1800WhereRYou'': ''1-800-Where-R-You'': Normal teen Jessica Mastriani's life is turned upside down when she is [[LightningCanDoAnything struck by lightning]]. She can now look at pictures, go to sleep and when she wakes up she knows exactly where the person in the picture is. Now Jess is attempting to use her power for good while avoiding working for the US government. Became the Lifetime series ''[[Series/OneEightHundredMissing Missing]]''. Being re-issued as ''Vanished''.


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* HugeGuyTinyGirl / OneHeadTaller: Many of her couples. Notable examples include Jess and Rob, David and Sam, and John and Pierce.

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