An educator, psychotherapist, writer and editor, Peggy renders an array of literary creativity with a superlative ability to plot, to paint the vivid backgrounds, and to confront her characters with realities and abnormalities using her humorous techniques in a skillful weaving through life's most complex matters. She is a confessor, soul's inquisitor, interrogator, and a master communicator in many of her published dialogues, oratories, and stories that keep us reminded about the quality of our literary achievements.
Her publications include anthologies: Pearls, Vain Imaginings, and other works: Murder Runs in My Family, Sudsy, Just Murder, You’re No Body ’Til Somebody Kills You, How Not to Steal a Car, Letters to Uncle Jeb, and The Fight. Insula’s poetry appeared in Metaphor. Other works found homes in Driftwood, a local anthology, and in Space Coast Writers’ Guild anthologies.