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PeggySue Wells / PS Wells

You Don't Write Like A Girl
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PeggySue Wells / PS Wells

You Don't Write Like A Girl
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“Eminently quotable, PeggySue Wells is a tonic — warm like your favorite blanket, bracing like a stiff drink.”

History buff, and tropical island votary, PeggySue Wells parasails, skydives, snorkels, scuba dives, and has taken (but not passed) pilot training. Writing from the 100-Acre wood in Indiana, PeggySue is the bestselling author of 29 books, translated into eight languages, including The What To Do series, The Slave Across the Street, Slavery in the Land of the Free, Bonding With Your Child Through Boundaries, Homeless for the Holidays, and Chasing Sunrise. Radio talk show host, author, and speaker, PeggySue interviews industry experts, entrepreneurs, and exceptional voices to help people live better, together.

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