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About peggylchambers

Peggy Chambers calls Enid, Oklahoma home. She has been writing for several years and is an award winning, published author, always working on another. She spends her days, nights, and weekends making up stories. She attended Phillips University, the University of Central Oklahoma and is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. She is a member of the Enid Writers’ Club, and Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. There is always another story weaving itself around in her brain trying to come out. There aren’t enough hours in the day!

2020: Fewer Possessions and More Experiences – Return to Glome’s Valley

    Return to Glome’s Valley is simply that – a return to a magical place of childhood friendship. Ethan left Glome’s Valley because summer was over, and school was starting. After his adventures in the valley with Glome and … Continue reading

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2020: Fewer Possessions, More Experiences – Glome’s Valley

    It’s Sunday and that means blog day!!! I hope you don’t get sick of what I have to say on Sunday, but it is important to me. Fewer possessions, more experiences is the theme this year. I’ve been … Continue reading

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2020: More Experiences, Fewer Possessions: Show Australia Some Love

     My publisher, The Wild Rose Press, came to their authors in mid-January with an idea presented by one of their Australian authors. He suggested an anthology of short stories of every type and genre with proceeds going to … Continue reading

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2020: More Experiences Fewer Possessions – Blooming Justice

 If you’ve cleaned out your closet this week and need a good read, check out Blooming Justice. It is a great experience. Curl up with a blanket and read.  Spring is coming. Erin grew up in a loving home – … Continue reading

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2020: More Experiences, Fewer Possessions – Stones of Sandhill Island

    Sandhill Island is a place I’d love to visit. It is off the coast of Corpus Christi and big enough for trouble, fun, relaxation, and intrigue. And it is an island only in my mind. No, you won’t … Continue reading

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2020: Experience a Beach Read and Stay Warm

    It’s cold outside! In case you haven’t noticed, it’s cold and windy – at least in Oklahoma. I long to take the dog for a walk. I have neighbors who dress up like Nanuk of the North and … Continue reading

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2020: Travels and Novellas

  We talked last week about more experiences. I’ve been thinking of things I want to do and decided with my husband that once a month we’ll take a road trip around Oklahoma. I know that next month on my … Continue reading

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2020: More Experiences, Fewer Possessions

    This year on my weekly blog I’m planning to write about experiences, new and old. My plan is to incorporate what I’ve talked about for the last few years, doing more and possessing less. I hope to have … Continue reading

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2019 Life-long Learning: New Roads

    I’ve come to some conclusions about life. No one gets out alive. I have a friend who hates it when I say that. But what I mean is death is inevitable. It is what you do in life … Continue reading

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2019 Life-long Learning: Learning to Change Christmas Traditions

    Merry Christmas! It’s here whether you’re ready or not. Wednesday hungry mouths will descend on my dining room and I hope they all go away satisfied. I’m not going to a lot of trouble this time. I’ll cook … Continue reading

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