Please help me welcome Margaret Fieland, guest writer


I want to welcome Margaret Fieland to my blog this week. Her friends call her Peggy.

She is a native New Yorker who has lived around art and culture her whole life, not only because she lived in one of the greatest cities for art, music, writers, theater, and museums, but because of the influences in her life.

I guess you’ve always loved music?

My father was a musician and I’ve enjoyed playing the flute and piccolo for years.

That’s great. I played the flute myself through school, but have always admired talented people like you who are accomplished players. Tell us about what you’re currently doing.

I moved from New York and live in the suburbs of Boston, MA. I write poetry, articles, and stories. Some of them have appeared in journals and anthologies, including Main Channel Voices, Echolocation, and Twisted Tongue. I’m currently working on a book.

Do you write full-time?

No, I really enjoy the time I spend writing, but I’m a computer software engineer.

I’m so glad to have you this week. I look forward to sharing more about you and your writing tomorrow – Tuesday, February 3.

Thanks, Dianne. I’ll bring a sample from my book “The Ugly Little Boy”.

You can learn more about this talented lady at her website

Author: diannegsagan

Dianne G. Sagan has written over 25 books and more than 300 articles in her 20 years as a ghostwriter and published her own work traditionally and indie. She writes fiction and nonfiction. She's an experienced speaker at writers' conferences in the region and an experienced facilitator for writers classes and workshops.

7 thoughts on “Please help me welcome Margaret Fieland, guest writer

  1. Dianne, thanks for hosting me.


  2. Do you realize how rare it is for a person to be accomplished in both writing and music? Great interview!

  3. Hi Margaret..

    you have an interesting blend of talents. I look forward to learning more about you.

    deborah ramos

  4. Piccolo and flute, cool. I’ve played an array of instruments over the years, but what’s the expression, Jack of all trades, master of none. 🙂 I still play the piano and guitar a bit.


  5. Sorry I didn’t get by sooner, was out gallivanting around.

    I enjoyed the blog post very much.

  6. Margaret…

    Looking forward to learning more about you and your writing. I find it so interesting that you are a computer software engineer, a musician and a writer. Good balance of right and left brain thinking!

    deborah ramos

  7. very nicely done article, thank you.

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