Peggy Hinaekian’s short stories are a quirky collection of life’s experiences interjected with honest yet playful sexual overtones and perceptions about love and attraction. Her observations on human behavior are spot on, as she travels the inner thought worlds of a fascinating combination of men, women and even animals. Bravo to Peggy for illuminating the human psyche from a spectrum of viewpoints from Old World European to modernistic-and a variety of ages. A wonderful tapestry of tales from the heart and soul.
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Peggy Hinaekian (Author)
Of Armenian origin, Peggy Hinaekian was born and raised in Egypt. Her paternal grandfather had the largest private library in Egypt, and Peggy was introduced to books in three languages (English, French and Armenian) at a very young age. She grew up in a very cosmopolitan environment and was an avid reader. She kept a journal since the age of ten and always wrote short stories, essays and children’s picture books (unpublished). She immigrated to Canada with her first husband and then went on to the United States, where she pursued a career in fashion design and fine arts. After her divorce, she moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continued her career as an artist. Peggy Hinaekian is an internationally recognized, well-established artist living and working in the United States and in Switzerland (website: peggyhinaekian.artspan.com). Of Julia and Men is her first novel and is entirely fictional except for the settings. The illustrations on the cover and inside the book are her own artwork.
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