Peggy Lea Baker
Born and raised in California, and mother to five children, Ms. Baker enjoys a diverse life which includes writing, art, and amateur photography. Observing people, watching how they interact with others and cope with ongoing life events, provides her with ample material as she pursues her passion for writing suspense and intrigue fiction, and romance. Whether for youth, young adults or a more mature audience, she loves to create story lines that will capture her readers' attention and keep them turning the pages with one exciting and unexpected twist and turn after another.
Where to find Peggy Lea Baker online
Danger in the Woods - Nick and Mandy James Series
A pleasant afternoon exploring the woods behind their great Aunt Clara’s mountain cabin home, becomes a cold and suspenseful adventure for 13-year-old Nick and his younger sister Mandy when a sudden thunderstorm hits the mountain. Unable to find their way safely back to the cabin, Nick and his sister must spend a cold night and rainy night outwitting two very suspicious men who are up to no good.
Desperate Rescue - Janet Feldman Series
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
Janet and Sally excitedly attend a posh party in an exclusive neighborhood not expecting one would be abducted and both would end up separated and in a very remote area far from home. A determined Janet attempts a daring rescue warily putting her trust in a mysterious mountain man for help. A high mountain cavern, unsavory sheriff, and three unlikely heroes add up to a suspense-filled intrigue.
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Smashwords book reviews by Peggy Lea Baker
- How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months
on Feb. 12, 2012
"How I Sold a Million e-books in 5 Months" is an awesome and very doable blueprint for serious writers who honestly desire and are diligently working toward becoming successful authors! I appreciate John's willingness to share in great detail, his successful strategy which enabled him to achieve overwhelming success as an author in such a short period of time.
Although he does not, and cannot, guarantee that everyone who reads his book and follows his strategy will enjoy the level of success he has, if a writer truly has a viable work, with determination and resolve to follow his strategy, the likelihood of success is definitely real. I love his candor, his freshness, his wit and straightforward, 'tell-it-like-it-is' approach and commentary.
With book-in-hand (so to speak) I am proceeding with eagerness, determination, and excitement because the journey itself is often just as much fun as seeing the end results of the labor involved. John, thank you so much for this exciting road map! I wish you much continued success!