Author Archives: Peggy Levesque

About Peggy Levesque

Peggy is a writer and author of Ashes in the Wind, a suspense novel with a touch of romance, published in 2014. In addition to her business background, she has led women’s Bible studies, served on church boards, coordinated volunteer assistance efforts into the community, freelanced the writing/editing/production of several publications, and has contributed to three anthologies. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Christian Writers of the West, and Tuesday’s Children, a weekly writing critique group. A recent widow, she lives near Phoenix, Arizona, with her children and grandchildren nearby. Follow her on Facebook at Peggy Levesque.

Confessions of a Suspense Addict…by Peggy Levesque

Confessions of a Suspense Addict…by Peggy Levesque I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t an avid reader, beginning with Little Golden Books as an early gradeschooler. As I grew old enough, I made the mile-long trek to the library … Continue reading

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A Valentine Legacy of Forgiveness…by Peggy Levesque

What do you think of as Valentine’s Day approaches? Hearts? Flowers? Love? Yeah, those things come to my mind as well, but mostly I think of…forgiveness. Let me tell you why. My father had a volatile temper. He could swing … Continue reading

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The Ups and Downs of a Learning Curve…by Peggy Levesque

I’ve always considered myself a relatively organized and tidy person. I’m very happy no one had the cameras rolling the day I shot that notion to pieces. Since my husband passed away, just over a year ago, I’ve had to … Continue reading

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Ten Ways to be a Friend that Matters . . . by Peggy Levesque

One late September afternoon, just over a year ago, I sank onto a patio chair next to my oldest son, Erik, and allowed the dragging fatigue of the past five hours to drain from my shoulders. We had accomplished the … Continue reading

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