Eminently quotable, PeggySue Wells is a tonic—warm like your favorite blanket, bracing like a stiff drink.
History buff, and tropical island votary, PeggySue Wells parasails, skydives, snorkels, scuba dives, and has taken (but not passed) pilot training. Writing from the 100-Acre wood in Indiana, PeggySue is the USA Today, Wall Street Journal, andAmazon bestselling author of 30 books, translated into eight languages, including The What To Do series, The Slave Across the Street, Slavery in the Land of the Free, Bonding With Your Child Through Boundaries, Homeless for the Holidays, Chasing Sunrise and The Ten Best Decisions A Single Mom Can Make.
Home is Narnia in the winter and the Hundred-Acre Wood in summer, and Savannah Grey tea with dark chocolate all year long. Family, friends, floor to ceiling bookshelves, bonfires, wonder, and adventure. Poignant and winsome, the stuff of life is the stuff of story, and will make its way into PeggySue’s next novel, composed on her portable Mac(Beth).
Founder of the resource-rich Single Mom Circle.com, PeggySue interviews industry experts, entrepreneurs, and exceptional voices to help people live better, together. With one in four households single parent led, and 50 percent of children living in a single parent home before age 18, PeggySue specializes in equipping parents to provide a nurturing environment for children.
PeggySue coaches youth and adults in the craft of writing online, in the classroom, and at conferences. Dream-driver and writing sherpa, she shows those who want to write the essentials that make writing do-able.
- Remedy for the Five Rs that Ruin Relationship
- What is She Thinking? (She’s not and here’s why)
- The Best Decisions You Can Make
- The Healthy Family Checklist
- How to Parent Adult Children
- Oil Paint and Relationship Glue
- The Healthy Homeschool Family
The Craft of Writing:
- The Secret Sauce to Cooking Up a Bestseller
- Pivotal Plots That Keep Readers Returning for More
- Create Characters Who Become Household Words
- Stir Up Sensational Settings
- Dynamic Dialog: The Dos and Don’ts