“We All Have a Story to Tell.”
Margaret Allyn Greene Best
Author of “Unsung Hero”
and “Dandelion CHILD: A Soldier’s Daughter”
By Margaret Allyn Greene Best
“A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the
strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.”
Unsung Hero is a memoir/biography/tribute written about an ordinary soldier who was captured and survived being a prisoner of war during WWII, went to Korea, and Vietnam, where he earned his third bronze star with valor. Every person can become somebody’s unsung hero. This book is about mine. In 2018, the book won second place in the published biography section of the Royal Palm Literary Award from the Florida Writers Association.
“ Having no ammunition left, I decided I was not about to fix my bayonet and charge the whole German army in front of me, so I dropped my rifle and stepped into the road with my hands over my head. I was shaking with patriotism …” Pvt Albert Greene memoir WWII page 46
Check Out Peggy’s Spotlight Interview
with “Writing Your Life” Patricia Charpentier
The Biography, The Life and Times of
Albert V. Greene
Peggy’s first book, Unsung Hero, published in 2018 and available from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble, tells the story of her father. It contains his memoir of life in a POW camp during WWII and continues with Peggy’s research into his life as a military officer. It is a memoir/biography/tribute to her unsung hero.
The Military Brat
Born brave and bold
Resilient, responsible, respectful
Adventurous, adaptable, accepting
Traveled, trusted, and tenacious
Dandelion Child: A Soldier's Daughter
Military Children Grow Like Dandelions Blown By The Wind.
This is a story of such a child.
Female military brats will smile as they read, remembering their lives.
Dandelion Child: A Soldier’s Daughteris a memoir of the author’s life during the Cold War from 1947 to 1969 when she became a military wife. All stories are true to the best of the author’s recollection and from her point of view. Tales indicate how she developed from a child, through her teen years and into adulthood and how being an Army Brat shaped her life. A section is devoted to today’s military children and how we can assure they get the help not available to earlier generations.
“ I thought of the army as being like a cake. I liked cake.” Chapter 5.
“ How dare he do this to me. Nothing ever goes right. We’re always moving when something important happens.” Chapter 14
Available For Speaking Engagements
Unsung Hero Author: Margaret Allyn Greene Best
Peggy Best is available for speaking engagements telling her story for your organization, special event, or celebration ceremony.
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PowerPoint and Book Presentations available by appointment.
Ben Mack-Jackson spoke at a DAR meeting in the villages about his project WW2veteranshistoryproject.read more
Daryl Siemer, the owner of Whispering Oaks Winery, has generously offered local authors the opportunity to display their books for sale and conduct book signings at the winery. Unsung Hero is now available there. Take your significant other or spouse for dinner or...read more
The suspense was killing me. Surrounded by hundreds of my fellow Florida Writers Association members, I was among the small group of Village authors waiting for the announcement of the prestigious Royal Palm Literary Awards.read more