Author Spotlight with Peggy Trotter and Year of Jubliee

SONY DSCPeggy Trotter is with us this week. Remember, you get to conduct this interview! Here is a little more about Peggy and her book, Year of Jubilee.

Peggy Trotter has been writing something for over 30 years. The empty-nest syndrome set her to groping for a new direction, and wow, did God answer! Year of Jubilee, a Christian Historical Romance set in southern Indiana, debuted on April 10th of 2015 through Prism Book Group. A second, a Contemporary Romance entitled, Reviving Jules, will follow on Oct. 9th, 2015 as well. She loves to reveal God’s miracles through the world’s underdogs and mix in a little love and happy endings.

She finaled in the Indiana Golden Opportunity Contest in 2013 in the inspirational Category, and is a 2014 ACFW Genesis Winner in the Novella Category. Seldom does she stand still, but when she does, it’s to praise her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Creator of all gifts and Bestower of all blessings!

She’s a small town Hoosier native who teaches 1st and 2nd grade at a small Christian School and writes Christian Romance in her spare time. God blessed her with a wonderful husband who cooks and helps clean while supporting her crazy dreams. She has two incredible grown kids, one fabulous son-in-law, and two rays of sunshine, commonly called grandchildren.YearofJubilee copyBack Blurb of Year of Jubilee

You can catch up with her at or at Follow her on,,, Pen in Hand, Google, and Linkedin.

Peggy is giving away a copy of Year of Jubilee to one lucky commenter. To be entered you must ask Peggy a question.

Rules: Open to USA mailing addresses only. There must be at least five qualifying comments. Responses by Peggy or Kimberly do not count. The drawing ends May 17, 2015. I will contact the winner the following day. The winner will have until May 24th to reply or forfeit the book. No new winner will be drawn. Void where prohibited by law.



2 thoughts on “Author Spotlight with Peggy Trotter and Year of Jubliee

  1. Maxie Lloyd-Hamilton Anderson

    WOW ! An orphan and widow by 18. Where did you get the idea for this story Peggy? Your book sounds very interesting to me and I would be real happy to be the winner. Thanks Kimberly for having Peggy today. She is new to me. Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

  2. Peggy Trotter

    I just remember thinking how difficult it is to be on your own and how much more difficult it would be back in yonder years. It sorta went from there! And I’ve been writing for years, Maxie, but when my next went empty, God showed me a new way to fill the emptiness. I hope you get your hands on a copy of my book, and thanks for your comment!


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