Peggy Warren

Peggy is a successful artist, sculptor, publisher and business woman. She lives in Colorado with her husband Ted. They have three grown children and 2 grandchildren.

Hardcover | $15.00

Very Much a Woman’s Book

Very Much a Woman’s Book is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It is a collection of poetry and drawings—it’s my way of sharing my life’s experiences over a period of thirty years. 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 30,000 readers agreed. One reader wrote, “The simplicity with which Peggy expresses the complexities of our hearts is a divine gift.”

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-Book Reviews-

The read is quick and simple and the poems are elegantly penned. The book is definitely worth keeping on your shelf.

- Rachel K., Funkymugreviews

Her poems are pearls dropped into our day, inviting self-knowledge, meditation and peace…

- Dallas Morning News

I really enjoyed this book, so much that I had to buy copies for my sister and a friend.

- Nancy,

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Peggy. I just really think you’re wonderful to have been able to express feelings that are unique and yet so universal and so gut-level personal…

- Missy (Santa Fe, NM)

A few samples of Peggy’s Poems and Drawings
from Very Much A Woman's Book


Softcover | $17.95

Kindle | $9.99

Gathering Peace

There is not a single one of us on the face of the earth who doesn’t want a peaceful life.

In GATHERING PEACE, eleven-year-old Zoey tweaks our imagination as she takes us on an inspiring search for the meaning of peace.

Zoey’s father quits his lucrative job, takes her mother, two brothers, and two dogs from their comfy home, packs them into a 32-foot trailer and sets off across the country in search of himself and a new career idea. His travel vision is one of babbling brooks and tranquil hillsides, perfect for contemplation and internal exploration.

Once on the road, parking rules dictate that oversized trailers be confined to campgrounds–usually overloaded with tourists of varying shapes, sizes and voluminous distraction–a condition that causes Zoey’s father to constantly holler, “All I want is peace and quiet,” one occurrence accompanied by tears.

In order to provide some solace for her father, and tranquility to the disrupted adventure, Zoey feels compelled to find a way to give her dad the peace and quiet he wants. She understands ‘quiet’, but is confused by the meaning of ‘peace’. She decides to go on a search for what it is so she can give it to her dad for his birthday.
A cast of diverse characters in the various campgrounds share with Zoey their understanding of peace, ranging from titillating to tantalizing, and even traumatic.

The gift she presents to her father becomes not only surprising, but truly touching.

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-Book Reviews-

How quickly the pages turn in Peggy Warren’s Gathering Peace. The author is a gifted writer who strikes a fine balance between the naiveté and the incredible wisdom of a little girl. This lovely book will linger on in your heart long after it has been placed back on the shelf.

- Rome Lester, Marriage & Family Therapist, Georgia Tech Counseling Center

The journey into the soul of this book begins with a child searching for the perfect gift to give to her father. We soon discover that this is the yearning of the “child” in each of us: to give the perfect gift … to ourselves, and to others. How shall we give what we value most, not just once, but moment by moment? It’s a treasure worth sharing!

- Alexia Parks, author of Hardwired 10 Traits, Chairman

Peggy Warren has created a tender, heart-warming, poignant book for the young reader, as well as a light-hearted, entertaining read for any age-with an empowering message for parents to evaluate the precious moments with their family.

- Alexandra Delis-Abrams Phd, author of Attitudes, Beliefs and Choices

Peggy Warren has accomplished one of fiction’s most delicate high-wire acts: writing in the voice of a child, for adults. The innocence of childhood is deftly evoked in a bold girl’s search for the hardest kind of gift for her father, peace and quiet and a changed life to boot. A gallery of fascinating characters each offers some truth in young Zoey’s journey and, by book’s end, we understand that, without even realizing it, our lives have changed too.

- Burt Rashbaum, author Becoming an American and Tears For My Mother