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Author Meg Cabot is a one-woman marketing sensation.
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Unfortunately, she flunked algebra and did rather poorly on the math portion of her SATs.
(As part of admissions requirements most universities require a student to take SAT examinations; they are divided into two sections—verbal and math reasoning—and help assess what a student has learned throughout their school years.) Following graduation from high school, Cabot decided to study art at the University of Indiana, where she could attend tuition-free since her father was a professor.
She is a publisher's dream because she is able to produce novels with amazing frequency.
At one point, Cabot, who began publishing in 1998, was pumping out a novel almost every month; by early 2006 she had published forty-four works of fiction.
"I was a traditional Disney-princess worshipper," she told Trudy Wyss of Borders.