Bracken, Peggy

Peggy BrackenPeggy grew up in a small village in Ontario and attended a three room school in which the library was a closet of books, most of which had likely been read by her parents and quite possibly her grandparents.  The local library consisted of one small room of books, all of which were at least a hundred years old and a lovely librarian who appeared to be about the same age as her books.  None of that was important to Peggy who soon realized that reading anything had value and some of the best stories are the ones you make up yourself.

Peggy is retired and lives in Meaford, Ontario with her husband.

CommuterLit posts:

“Am Too, Are Not”

“Just a Quick One”

“Rest in Peace”

“Blood Moon”


“Two Wheels and a Cucumber Sandwich”

“Brown-eyed Girl”