Publishing CLub Members
Angelo Allen is an author and member of the Laguna Woods Village Publishing Club
Peggy P Edwards
Raised bilingual, Peggy P. Edwards started teaching English in Mexico at just seven, where her students told her their stories in Spanish and she translated them into English. Out of these stories was born a history as a storyteller.
Larry G. Johnston
Larry is a Navy veteran retired law enforcement officer. He's an author of three published books, including a Murder Mystery, a book of humorous one-liners, and a children's donkey story
Daneen Pysz writes first-person dramas of women in the Bible who have done brave and courageous deeds for the glory of God. Her book, "Bible's 'Bad' Girls...Stories of some of the lesser known brave and courageous women" can be purchased on Amazon:
"Bible's 'Bad' Girls"
Coming Soon: "Royalty and Loyalty—Women Who Loved the Lord"
Joan Schumm is an author and member of the Laguna Woods Village Publishing Club
Anita is the author of "Turn Around, My Child: A Life of Miracles, Revealed in Hindsight," a collection of musings on the miraculous events of our everyday lives.
Yvette Lorraine Gow has written "Black Women With Tamales," a book of stories about black Spanish-speakers, they experienced life on a tightrope, balancing public expectations, family traditions, and their own desires.
Allan Rankin had an early passion for travel that led to a life of constant moving. It also led to writing, and technology's constant movement and change provided plenty of material. His life crisscrosses North America in a never-ending quest for a better deal, which, in the end, he finally found - on a golf course near the beach.
Cheryl Silverman is an author and member of the Laguna Woods Village Publishing Club
John Anderson is an author and member of the Laguna Woods Village Publishing Club
W. Scott Galasso
William Scott Galasso is the author of fourteen poetry books and editor/contributing poet of the 2017 edition of Eclipse Moon, the 20th Anniversary issue of Southern California Haiku Study Group.
Redner is the publisher of "The Hummingbird Review," a literary magazine, and the author of "Down But Never Out" biography of former middleweight champion Joey Giardello, and "Terror Travels the Devil's Highway."
Phil Silverman is a musicologist, musician, and author of "The Boomer Rang," a collection of comedic short plays, early morning meditations, and poetry, especially for those born between 1946 and 1964.
Michelle Cahill authored "Dear Mom: A Family Finds Its Past in World War II Letters Home," a family memoir compiling WWII letters from two airmen brothers who were killed on bombing missions in Europe, for starters.
No different than many other writers, I was lured to reading, and later writing, by the smell of ink and paper. A new book meant a new adventure and today putting the first words on a page means the same thing.
A lifelong interest in writing, and the time that comes with retirement has allowed him to pursue novel writing as a serious effort. A prolific author, Perkins enjoys the mystery genre. A retired insurance company executive, Jon lives with his wife in Laguna Woods.
A native of Oak Park, IL (near Chicago), Sainsbury attended high school in the same building Ernest Hemingway did, which may be why he's always dreamed of writing. He's published three science fiction books to this point, and is feverishly working on more.