Born in Toronto. Canada, Peggy has been writing for most of her life. After her husband’s job transferred them to Dallas, Peggy formed her own publishing company, printing her first book, "Very Much a Woman's Book." She went on to write and publish more books, but the woman’s book was such a huge success that her focus on it was centered and she sold 20,000 copies. Peggy closed the publishing house when her husband retired and they moved to a century old log cabin in the Colorado mountains. She continued to write, but when she was widowed in 2016, she and her precious Ragdoll pussycat, Joey, moved to Boulder to be close to her family. She has three grown children and two grandchildren.