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Something About Me and My Book:
How my book came to be was that I was looking for something special in a bookstore – a sharing experience that I could give to my friend.
After perusing the store shelves, I found only books that were either cute or pretty, so I described what I was looking for to the clerk. After listening to me babble on, she smiled. “The book you’re looking for is not on our shelves. It’s in here,” she said, patting her heart. Of course I didn’t get a gift, but her insightful comment inspired me. My heart had already spilled a lifetime of writings. I only needed to compile them for sharing.
I gathered pages of my favorite poems and drawings, rolled them up, and tied them with a red ribbon as the gift for my friend. She loved it. “This gift isn’t just for you and me, Peggy. It’s for every woman! You have to publish it, and make sure you use a hardcover to make the book special.”
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Peggy Warren’s poetry enraptures

Reviewed by:  Arcie  Jordan

For a longest time I have not been so captivated by words that describe the simplicity yet complexity of life, and the rising and falling of its stages. The poetic sentiments in this book allowed my mind, as well as my heart to enter into a separate realm of fiery memories. It swayed my emotions like tidal waves, enabling me to recapture certain phases in my life that were brought back through the beautiful, effortless mingling of…

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Posted on August 18, 2015 at 12:56am

Like Finding a Gem Rarer than Diamond

My mother has recently passed away. One morning, as I was rummaging through her belongings, I found this book by Peggy Warren called “Very Much a Woman’s Book.” I remember my mother telling me once that she kept her favorite 20-year old book in a special box under her bed. Seeing that there wasn’t any other book present, I guess this was it.

My mother was a writer. She also loved poetry and reading all sorts of books. Peggy’s poetry book reminded me so much of my beloved…

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Posted on August 11, 2015 at 2:00pm

A Little Bit About Myself (Part 2)

Over the years I have always used writing to resolve my innermost feelings, and in the eighties, after having shared some of my writings with a friend, I was encouraged to publish a book. Titling it was difficult until another friend said, “It’s very much a woman’s book, Peggy,” so thus the title. - See more at:…

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Posted on August 4, 2015 at 1:19am

A Little Bit about Myself

I’ve been an artist almost all my life, beginning when I was introduced to oil painting as a teenager at The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. I remember so well painting the face of a young man who sat for us. I’d never lifted a brush before, but for some miraculous reason, after a brief lesson from the teacher, I got a perfect likeness. I then went on to study portrait painting throughout my school years and by the age of 25, I was a pretty popular portrait painter, more or less the…

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Posted on July 28, 2015 at 1:06am

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At 12:46pm on June 20, 2015, Lars Andersson gave Peggy Warren a gift
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