Peggy Sue Wells shared with us who she was named after. Surprising she also shared that Richard Paul Evans coached her and endorsed her Homeless for the Holidays book. and Chasing Sunrise.

Peggy Sue Wells

Peggy Sue considers herself a generalist as she writes in many genres.  She enjoys having four different projects going at one time.   The two books releasing this fall are

Chasing Sunrise is an international thriller that was inspired by her son who is in special ops.

She likes to say she is going home to spend time with Whiskey.  Peggy Sue has 7 children who are all out of the house now.  As a result she likes going to a restaurant to work. Then we learned that she was a single mom to those 7 children.  Peggy Sue’s current project is writing a book with Pam Farrell on being a single mom.

If you missed our live interview in Nashville you can watch the replay here.


In this follow-up project to “The Slave Across the Street” geared toward teens and young adults, former trafficking victim and bestselling author Theresa Flores teams up with author PeggySue Wells to deliver a must-read book for the next generation who want to become more educated on human trafficking and learn how they can help end it.

slavery in the land of the freeThe numbers are staggering. With more than 13 million children enslaved through various means, human trafficking is a serious worldwide problem.

And it’s a problem in the United States as well.

In SLAVERY IN THE LAND OF THE FREE, students will get an indepth look at the truth about human trafficking, both in the United States and abroad.

With statistics, stories, and graphics, this book presents students with a clear picture of how trafficking happens.  In addition it shows how prevalent it is in our world today and how they can get involved.

Homeless for the Holidays

Homeless for the Holidays“Gladdening and humorous assurance that the best things in life have nothing to do with things.” —Richard Paul Evans, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of 43 books including The Christmas Box.

Christmas is coming, and Jack Baker’s finances, friends, and future are as gone as last year’s holiday. One year ago, Jack Baker had it all—a beautiful family, a lucrative career, and a generous bonus to spend on the annual Baker family Christmas extravaganza. Now the Bakers are homeless and clueless about what to do next. Amidst the holiday traditions and trappings, one family learns what is truly important when they lose all they have, and and they still have everything.


Peggy Sue Wells

“From bestselling author, PeggySue Wells, Homeless for the Holidays is gladdening and humorous assurance that the best things in life have nothing to do with things. Add this heartwarming story to your favorite holiday traditions.” — Richard Paul Evans, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of 43 books including The Christmas Box

peggy sue wells“Eminently quotable, PeggySue Wells is a tonic — warm like your favorite blanket, bracing like a stiff drink.”

PeggySue Wells is the bestselling author of twenty-eight titles and an audio finalist, including Slavery in the Land of the Free, Homeless for the Holidays, Chasing Sunrise, Rediscovering Your Happily Ever After, Bonding With Your Child Through Boundaries, and Slavery in the Land of the Free.

PeggySue is a program producer, connector, and optimistic dream driver. She enjoys dark chocolate, Savannah Grey tea, and writing from her home in the 100-Acre Wood in Northern Indiana. Okay, it’s actually five heavily-treed acres but looks like a hundred from her office windows.
PeggySue is the mother of seven and “Mimi” to her grands, otherwise known as her “Grammy Awards.”

Her work has been described as giving voice to women, empowering others to achieve their full potential, and equipping parents to provide nurturing environments for children.

PeggySue’s books translated into multiple languages and sold internationally. A frequent radio guest, PeggySue writes for magazines and speaks at corporate, homeschool, and women’s events. In addition, she instructs at writers conferences and is a writing coach.

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