Peggy Webb is an award-winning, USA Today Bestselling author with more than four million copies of her books in print worldwide. A recipient of the PIONEER AWARD for creating the sub-genre of romantic comedy, this Mississippi author also writes in the genres of mystery, women’s fiction and suspense. Her literary fiction under the pen names Elaine Hussey (The Sweetest Hallelujah and more) and Anna Michaels (The Tender Mercy of Roses) garnered accolades. Pat Conroy called her work “astonishing,” and Vine Voice compared her to Harper Lee. Peggy, a former adjunct instructor at MSU, studied screenwriting with Viva Knight in Assisi, Italy. In addition to writing more than 75 novels, she has penned more than 200 magazine humor columns and two screenplays. Several of her projects, including Driving Me Crazy, have been optioned for film. Learn more about Peggy at her websites, www.peggywebb.com and www.elainehussey.com.