At the end of every month, I’d like to shine the spotlight on someone deserving of your attention.
This month’s spotlight is focused on my new, talented client, Margaret Allyn Greene Best, also known as Peggy Best.
Peggy comes to Writing Your Life through my memoir workshops. I am now happy to be helping her organize her fascinating life into, as she puts it, “a cohesive story line.”
Peggy’s first book, Unsung Hero, published in February and now available on Amazon, tells her father’s story–about his military career and his time as a prisoner of war in a camp in Italy.
The book we’re working on now is her latest work, A Soldier’s Daughter, which tells her story. A Soldier’s Daughter is a memoir and cultural history of what life was like for Peggy during the Cold War era. It is slated to be released in December of this year.
I recently asked Peggy a few questions, and I found her answers so interesting and informative that I wanted you to read them in full.
I am so happy to be working with her, and I hope you read Unsung Hero, out now, and A Soldier’s Daughter when it is published at the end of this year.