Meghan’s guest blog post on the Expat Hub about turning redundancy into an expat entrepreneur adventureMoving abroad and becoming an expat can be really exciting – a new chapter in your life! It can also be a bit scary and there’s always an element of the ‘unknown’….. READ THE ARTICLE

Meghan wrote an article for the Amsterdam Small Business Network on her second book, Inspiring Global Entrepreneurs. I love my business! Read the article here.

Meghan in the Randolph-College quarterly bulletin. A feature on Inspiring Global Entrepreneurs with her co-auther Heidi.

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Meghan Peterson Fenn’s guest appearance on The Chrissy B Show, a live Sky TV talk show.

If you prefer to watch it on the Chrissy B website, then Click here.

Featured in Families Magazine South Coast, Manchester and Cheshire, Autumn 2012

Cathy L Powell reviews Bringing Up Brits on EzineArticles.com
“I loved this book from the first page and I read it in one afternoon. There were so many places in the book that I found myself nodding my head, realising that I have had so many experiences similar to Peterson Fenn, including when I lived in England in 1999 before I met my husband.”

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Article about schools in the UK on Expat Arrivals, Expat Expert Meghan Fenn offers her take on the British schooling system and what to consider when raising your children as an expat in the United Kingdom. READ ARTICLE

ExpatExplorer rates Meghan Fenn as number 2 in the top 10 expat mummy bloggers! The Rise of the Expat Mummy BloggerREAD ARTICLE

Bringing Up Brits in the Nationals! Meghan’s comments and photo were in the Daily Mirror January 23rd 2012. An article by Tanith Carey about the new book ‘French Children Don’t Throw Food’ features other author comments including Meghan’s. SEE FULL ARTICLE

Guest book review on Between Worlds
I’d like to introduce a new book that looks like it would be appealing to many readers here. READ REVIEW

Guest writer on ExpatHealth.org The Insiders’ Guide to Expatriate Health
Guest Writer: Europeans are too hard on the NHS.
Meghan wrote an article about her experience with the NHS as an expatriate UK resident. READ ARTICLE

Guest writer on Family Friendly Working
Guest Writer: Starting up a business in Britain as an exapt mother.
Meghan wrote an article on what it’s like to set up as business as a foreigner in Britain. READ ARTICLE

Radio interview, Coastway Hospital Radio for Brighton
Meghan was a guest on Charlie’s World, Charlie Plunkett’s radio show, on the radio station Coastway on November 19, 2011 PODCAST COMING SOON

Book review of Bringing Up Brits by Rachael Dines on Jettsetlers Magazine website
Jetsettlers is an online magazine dedicated to bringing expats all over the world together and sharing their unique voices. It is a community of storytellers, reporters, reviewers, writers and observers. READ THE REVIEW

Guest writer on ExpatExplorer blog
Guest Blogger: Meghan Fenn – Bringing Up Brits
Meghan wrote an article on what it’s like to be a cross cultural family in Britain. READ ARTICLE

Winning story for November 2011 on Expat Women www.expatwomen.com
“An Unexpected Life Abroad
I am an American expat mother of 3   young children, owner of a web and graphic design company and author of a   non-fiction book about raising children in Britain as a non-British   parent. …… READ STORY

An Interview with Meghan Peterson Fenn, a Live It Publishing author
What Would You Like Your Readers To Get From Your Book? For non-British readers, I hope they can relate to this book, use it as a companion and as a source of comfort in the knowledge that they are not alone. I also hope they find it helpful and informative. For British readers, I think it’s an insight into what it’s like being a foreigner in Britain and I hope they find it inspiring and useful. …. READ INTERVIEW

Press Release:
The number of British children growing up in  households where the first language is not English has exploded in the past few  years .  With the  immigration rise over the past decade and the  mass global movement of people from developing countries or unstable regimes  coupled with the western world’s easy movement of working environments the  number of children born in Britain  to foreign parents has risen steeply …. READ MORE

Bringing Up Brits book review by Family Friendly Working.

The global world that we now live in has presented us with a whole   selection of possibilities that were once the preserve of the minority.   With the increase in global communication and reach the . . . READ MORE

For press enquiries please email meg@bringingupbrits.co.uk