Peggy Purser Freeman

Peggy Purser Freeman - Author/Freelance Writer/Freelance Peggy Purser Freeman, former editor for Granbury Showcase Magazine, writes for magazines across Texas. She is author of The Coldest Day in Texas, Swept Back to a Texas Future and numerous articles including: Chicken Soup for the Bride, Chicken Soup Teens Talk to Middle Graders, Chicken Soup for the Soul Happily Ever After, Chicken Soup Devotionals. In the past she has written and hosted Kid Talk, a DCTV production and presented for Radio Disney public affairs shows 620 AM. More information about Peggy Freeman: Author – The Coldest Day in Texas, (TCU Press) one of three finalists for The Texas League of Writers Teddy Book Award, presented by First Lady Laura Bush. Peggy has three books scheduled to be released in 2014. Swept Back to a Texas Future – a historical play for children, depicting an overview of Texas history. (Hendrick-Long) Editor – Peggy served for the past ten years as editor for Granbury/Glen Rose Showcase Magazine. Freelance Writer – Peggy writes for major magazines across Texas. She has written columns for newspapers and written and presented for Radio Disney public affairs shows 620AM. Speaker – Peggy’s speaks on: her own work, the writing process, Texas history, responsible behavior, values and finding your own family history. Teacher – Peggy has taught writing classes at the University of Texas at Arlington continuing education and Texas A&M Tarleton’s Langdon Center in Granbury. Student Writing Workshops – Students of all ages love writing when they participate in Peggy’s workshops. Centered on games and fun activities even writing becomes an enjoyable adventure.   Blog and Social Media – Peggy has built up a blogging readership and Twitter list with six different sites. Using the team concept, her social media strategy informs and excites the base. Plus it reaches out and pulls the public into the website.

Jan 052017

My family. My husband’s has worked his entire life, giving us so much and always his heart. My girls are amazing young women, and my grandchildren are wonderful young adults. I am blessed!

Jan 042017

I am so grateful for the abundance God has poured out into my life. I look at all my “stuff” and I’m amazed. And the things I get to do are even more wonderful. I have books out with my name on them. Publishers pay me to write articles, stories, and plays. Me, the girl who couldn’t read in third grade?

However, the blessings that sends a lump to my throats and tears to my eyes are the people in my life. I have wonderful friends.

God’s Abundant Grace!


Jan 032017

Day 3 of Gratitude

Victory – I’m so thankful for the victories I’ve had in the past.

From Max Lucado – “Victory becomes, dare we imagine, a way of life. Isn’t it time for you to change your mailing address from the wilderness to the promised land?”

While reading Get Out of the Pit by Beth Moore, I realized I not only was in a Pit, I was decorating it.

Changing your address is a decision to get out of the pit, to move to the promise land.

Dec 242016

The night hope was born–Christmas Eve. Yes the early body dies, but… our soul lives on. The sacrifice paid. God Saved. Merry Christmas!

Dec 222016

We’ve all had it happen. You sit around the Christmas tree and realize–you forgot your brother-in-law, step-mother, middle-child of your third cousin.  Ebook are a life safer! And it just so happens… TADA! ....Teach Writing Without a Pencil is out on Kindle $2.99. Excellent for grandparents who like to play car games with their grandchildren, parents with a child who hates writing, and teachers. And Crusin’ Thru Life – Dip Street and Other Miracles $3.99 is on sale for $.99 Dec. 23-30, 2016. Other gifts: Spy Cam One only $2.99.


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Dec 182016

Wednesday, December 20, 2016 free mini workshop #TeachWrimg_7061 img_7062 iting Without a Pencil at the Hood County Library 10am to 11:30. Enjoy refreshments and learn two games to improve students writing.cover-with-words2

Dec 182016

img_7112Yesterday, in shirt-sleeve weather, we honored our veterans with the Christmas Wreath. Not knowing this was a tradition at the national cemeteries, I thought it a waste of time and money that should be spent on the living. It’s Christmas, after all. Then I spent time watching people like the hero in the red shirt and red cap as he saluted the flag and remembered the friends lost .

As we placed the wreaths and spoke the names over each gave, I saw mom’s and wives and grandchildren of the veterans. Then I realized the money “was” for the living. Each person who bought a wreath had a place in their heart that aches at Christmas time. For them having others with them, hearing bagpipes playing “Amazing Grace,” and speaking their loved one’ name into a beautiful December Day was healing. To hear a State Senator take time “after elections,” to honor your loved ones was gratifying. To remember the life and service of these heroes from all branches, in all wars, was a blessing.

Thank you to the Elizabeth Crockett Chapter and Kathy Hanlon for the opportunity. All this and we blessed the ROTC at Granbury High School with over $800.

Dec 082016

From Hood County Library and Peggy Purser Freeman

I will be presenting a free teacher/parent #TeachWriting Without a Pencil mini-workshop at Hood County Library Dec. 20, 2016 from 10-11:30am. We’ll have fun and refreshments. Make 2017 an easy year with fun and games to enhance your writing program.cover-with-words2