This is the official website of Peggy Eldridge-Love.
Peggy T. Rush (who also writes as Peggy Eldridge-Love and Tess Allen) has a poem in this issue of Mused Literary Review Journal. The poem is a haiku and is entitled "Swords". Check out this excellent journal by clicking here!
Newly released in paperback, Tess Allen's "The Trilogy: A Diary, A Thief & A Secret!" Order Here for immediate purchase and delivery or check your favorite online or retail store for your copy soon!
Poetry that speaks to the survivors of
suicides and their journal of survival, of changed life and the new lens
it's viewed through, of climbing the ladder of hope again and seeing the
beauty of the horizon that's still there.
The Trilogy: A Diary, A Thief & A Secret by
Tess Allen is a romantic suspense bundle. Included are three of Allen's
best loved works; His Wife's Diary (Love Bites), The Jewel Thief (Love
Bites), and The View from Suite 2100. From the edge of your seat
revelations in the diary that India Reinhart discovers which she
inadvertently purchases at an upscale yard sale, to the hidden drama
that unfolds for Jewel Capri as she goes behind the scenes with some
terrifyingly enigmatic TV news personalities, to the life ruining
secrets that threaten the life and mini-empire of DC powerbroker Rowena
Wilkes, this trilogy delivers!
Available currently only on Amazon (Kindle Edition)
rated it 5-STARS ***** on Goodreads
This review is from: A Bundle Tied in Red (Kindle Edition)
is a very, very short story, but I found it to be impactful. The story
tells what two young girls did in retaliation to a neighbor they
disliked and the dire consequences of their actions.
Ey Wade (Wade into Reviews) rated it 5-STARS ***** on Amazon
Mind blowing. This will leave your mouth hanging open. The ridiculous,
revengeful anger of innocent children travels this story along and
through your veins until it settles in your mind and heart and blows
away your sense of righteousness. Tess Allan wrote this short story with
just enough words that nothing else needs to be said. Sometimes
prejudice just out rules love and the end is destruction. This is truly a
Introducing the works of romance novelistTESS ALLEN
His Wife's Diary (Love Bites) India Reinhart, a 33-year-old
successful Kansas City
graphic artist, is torn as to what is the right thing to do when she finds a
diary in a box of old books she purchases at a yard sale. Things get very dicey once she steps
deeper and deeper into the quagmire of the lives that have unfolded in
the pages of that diary. It is a quagmire that India realizes is turning out to be
almost as unsettling as the life she is already living.
To make matters worse, India finds
herself attracted to, rather than repelled by, the man she has come to despise
based on his wife’s written words. He's Langley Monza, a Kansas City favorite son and ex-NFL star. The
unwelcome attraction is a very complicated emotion for her since she still has
some unfinished business with her own ex-fiancé and feels guilt and betrayal
towards the diary writer whom she knows is dead.
India discovers there is much more than
just a broken heart hidden in the pages of Langley’s wife’s diary and it is that
discovery that she realizes may easily drastically change the course of a
number of lives, including her own.
Jewel Capri is on the fast track with her jewelry design
business and it looks like things are only going to get better when she ties
into one of the most popular women in Dallas, Soraline Baugh, a woman who seems
to have the power to make or break her career.
But Jewel has no idea what
awaits her as she finds herself caught in the middle of a cloudy world of
television and professional sports personalities. And she's not at all happy
with herself when she winds up thinking far too much about the intriguing,
Wayman Washington, an ultra sexy, sensitive man who just won’t leave her alone.
When Jewel discovers who
Wayman really is all she wants is out. But does she?
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ABOUT LOVE BITES:
Love Bites are short romantic stories that are
offered as electronic books. Look for others by Essence Best Selling author Shelia Goss, including The Kandie Shop and Mrs. America.
Love Bites are quick short reads. So sit back and
enjoy these romantic appetizers.
A review of Peggy Eldridge-Love's Chapbook "Peach Seeds" which was written by Linda Benninghoff appears in the Fall 2011 edition of Book/Mark Quarterly Review. Book/Mark Quarterly Review is available by hard copy only and can be obtained through Editor, Mindy Kronenborg, P.O. Box 516, Miller Place, NY 11764, email: email@example.com.
A part of the Mipo-Chapbook series, this chapbook contains twelve poems from Peggy Eldridge-Love. Author Shelia Goss says in her Goodreads review that Eldridge-Love's poems "sing off the pages", while"love it" is a first utterance by many others who have read it.
Update! You can now read Peach Seeds online at issuu.com! Click Here!
“Loving Buddy” focuses on the changing world of 13-year-old Kaye
Hawkins, the daughter of a third generation pastor, who is a staunch
defender of her big brother Buddy, no matter how many hearts he breaks
or the trouble he makes. She is also intrigued by the inner workings of
her extended family and what she is perceiving about the quality of the
lives of the women who surround her.
Holding It Together With Band-Aids and Safety Pins
An engaging poetic look at the social, emotional, economic, and
political struggles of the early twenty-first century that impact the
lives of both young and old. It finds people where they are, who they
are, and what they are doing to try to cope and understand their
changing world. It whispers of the mysteries of complex relationships to
the anguish of facing incomprehensible grief. It speaks of you and it
speaks of me. Holding it Together with Band-Aids and Safety Pins is
the second poetic offering of poet/playwright Peggy Eldridge-Love and
dovetails nicely with her first award-winning collection, You Beckon. Peggy is also the artist of the cover watercolor entitled Uprising.
I have a few new things that are now in print. A short story, "War Paint", was published in the OCHO #30 issue. A poem entitled "Free Wrapping With Purchase (After Christmas Sale)" was included in the June Issue of Poets and Artists. Also, "Peach Seeds" ,a chapbook of a dozen of my poems was published as a part of the Mipo-Chapbook Series. Digital copies of these journals are available and, at this writing, the Mipo-Chapbook Series is available for free download to iPad users. Hard copies can be purchased from Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Scribd.com, and MagCloud.com.