About Peggy Tibbetts

Peggy headshot 1-31-16Peggy Tibbetts is the author of Letters to Juniper, a 2012 Colorado Book Award Finalist in the Juvenile Fiction category.

Her nonfiction dogoir, Crazy Bitch: Living with Canine Compulsive Disorder is one book dog lovers won’t want to put down.

In addition, PFC Liberty Stryker is a YA crossover — or New Adult fiction novel — like nothing you’ve ever experienced.

She was managing editor and columnist at Writing-World.com. She has also worked as an associate producer of educational videos for Upper Midwest Films, contributing editor for Children’s Magic Window magazine, and Children’s Writing Resource Editor at Inkspot.com.

When she’s not writing, reading, or blogging, she enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, and camping with her husband, Tod plus Pepé the Chi-weinie and Lupe Lu the Chihuahua in the mountains of western Colorado, where they live.

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Peggy welcomes your questions & comments:  peggyt@siltnet.net
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7 Responses “About Peggy Tibbetts” →
  1. Hi Peggy, I’ve enjoyed reading some of your posts. But I wonder if you could add a search box to the home page and/or links to pages where readers can easily find your reviews and your interviews? Perhaps even a list of books you’ve reviewed and writers you’ve interviewed? Just a thought.

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  2. Thanks for reading Maggie. I’ll look into WordPress and see if there’s a feature that would enable that. I’m somewhat limited by the blog template.

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  3. Hi Peggy, I was really excited to find your blog and website. Venus is a beautiful dog! I look forward to getting to you and your work.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by Pamela. I’m looking for reviewers for “Crazy Bitch.” If you’re interested, send me an email: peggyt@siltnet.net

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  5. Good luck with “Crazy Bitch.” A few years ago we took up fostering pit bulls; they don’t stand much of a chance here in NC. Our rescue “Sam” inspired the pit bull Lucky in “Forsaken.” Thank you for the great read and review. Writer friend of mine, Kent Nelson, lives in Ouray. Are you near?

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  6. Thanks for looking me up. Ouray is about 150 mi S of here. “Forsaken” is such a powerful novel — and so timely — I felt privileged to be asked to review it. I wish you the best of luck with it. I think it would be a great movie.

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