Peggy Warren has been a writer all her life, starting in grade two when she wrote a story about shoes, everybody’s shoes, each of them having a personality of their own. Her story was published in a children’s magazine. Her next book was about the art school student she was in her twenties. A passion for inspiration writing from her heart is illustrated in these books.
Gathering Peace is the story of forty year old Sam, who quits his job, buys a 36 ft Airstream trailer, sells his house and puts his wife, three children and a toy poodle into the tralier and sets off across the country in search of a new career idea.Read More
Very Much a Woman's Book is a collection of poetry and drawings. Before publication, the collection was a gift to a special friend. I’ve rolled it up and tied it with a red ribbon. She, in turn, insisted that I publish what she called “every woman’s feelings.” With trepidation at exposing myself, I did so, only to find that 20,000 readers agreed.Read More
Every city is full of individual stories of passion, delight, and even despair. It's a Heart Thing chronicles the lives of four Dallas women who are on the precipice of change. Artistic Maggie, ambitious Brenda, bold Kate, and fragile Belle find support in each other as unusual circumstances bring them together to live under the same roof.Read More
Where Love Starts is a story told in verse and drawings of how the journey into finding love is through experiencing different forms of love...Read More
Where Love Goes is a story told in verse and drawings about understanding that loss is just one of many feelings, some big and some small...Read More