Nancy Willich, Ann Guyer, and Peggy Byers began writing books as their
second careers in 2004. After retiring from diverse professions in various
locations around the country, they now write at one table, overlooking the
very lakes that provide the backdrop for their books.

How do three sisters who fought as kids become one author? God is good.
After creating the outline together, Nancy paints the setting, Ann constructs
the plot, and Peggy articulates the voice.

How do three sisters who fought as kids become one author? God is good.
After creating the outline together, Nancy paints the setting, Ann constructs
the plot, and Peggy articulates the voice.

Experiencing such adversities as cancer, divorce, the death of a spouse, and
their mother’s Alzheimer’s disease has brought the three sisters closer to
each other and to God. Their goal is to help others find similar love, peace,
and joy as they discover the relevance of Scripture, the power of prayer, the
strength of faith-based relationships, and the therapy of laughter through the
sisters’ books.

Sister Authors
  Nancy Willich
   Ann Guyer
    Peggy Byers
       (writing under the pen name Lydia Moen)
A cord of three strands
is not quickly broken.
Ecclesiastes 12:4b