My Guam – A Journal Entry

March 19, 2007 After lunch we drove south on Route 4 along the Pacific Ocean shore. We turned left at a sign that read Jungle Boat Ride. Earlier we had arranged for a private tour in a covered boat. We left the dock using a fairly quiet out-board motor and felt the...

My Guam Memoir

My Guam: The first installment of my personal essays about Guam. I’ve lived in four different countries, on four continents, in eleven states or U.S. territories and moved into so many homes, I’ve lost count. When asked which place is my favorite and why, without a...

My Guam

“MY Guam” My Next Memoir in Progress My Guam: The first installment of my personal essays about Guam. I’ve lived in four different countries, on four continents, in eleven states or U.S. territories and moved into so many homes, I’ve lost count. When asked...

Let’s get started writing.

March is a green month. What do you think about when you write the color word green? We celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in March. Do you have a memory related to the day, March 17th? Have you visited Ireland? Do you have Irish heritage in your family history?...

Questions & Answers

Q:  I want to write my story, but where do I begin?  A:  Begin where you are now. Just start. Sit down at your computer or with your notebook and write whatever comes into you mind about you. For instance, you could write: My name is Margaret. My parents named me...

About Peggy Best

Peggy’s book Unsung Hero is a memoir, biography, tribute to her father.   I am a mature woman who lives in a large retirement community with my husband of fifty years. Together we have traveled extensively and moved into new homes more than twenty times due to...