Peggy Morse, née Bozeman (born in Texas, United States) well-known as Peggy Moreland is a USA TODAY and Waldenbooks bestselling American writer of over 40 romance novels since 1989. She also signed a novel with her married name Peggy Morse.
Peggy Bozeman was born Taurus in Texas, United States. She grew up with her two sisters in a farm. Her father died when she was in high school, leaving her mother to raise her three daughters alone.
Peggy received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, with a minor in English. She worked on her master's degree in writing at the University of Central Oklahoma. She co-wrote the story of the Edmond, Oklahoma, Post Office massacre for Norman Vincent Peale's Guideposts magazine. Later, in 1987 she began to write romantic novels, and she was published in 1989.
Peggy married a Texan green beret. They have three children and live on a ranch in the Texas Hill Country, near her parents farm. There, she has cattle, goats and other critters, including her owner of a registered quarter horse. 1997 she fulfilled a lifelong dream by competing in her first rodeo and brought home two silver championship buckles, one for Champion Barrel Racer, and a second for All-Around Cowgirl.