The Transformation Project: A West Michigan Word Weavers Anthology includes Personal Essay from Peter DeHaan.

News Release: Peter DeHaan Writes about Transformation in New Book
Mattawan, Michigan, December 10, 2013 – Peter DeHaan’s personal essay, “The Transformation of Peter DeHaan,” is included in the book, The Transformation Project: A West Michigan Word Weavers Anthology. A collection of memoirs, personal essays, and short stories, The Transformation Project is published by West Michigan Word Weavers. The work highlights the writing of the group’s members, including Dr. Peter DeHaan.

“I’m honored to have my work included in this amazing book that explores transformation,” said Peter DeHaan, PhD. “I don’t want to give anything away, but my piece ends with a unique twist, so it’s a fitting thought to serve as the book’s concluding chapter. I’m pleased that my words are the finale for The Transformation Project.”

“Transformation is inevitable,” said Anna Moore Bradfield, president of Word Weavers West Michigan. “Why not embrace it?” And embrace it they did. Eighteen members wrote on the topic, providing twenty-two readings for the book.

“Our entire lives are about transformation,” added Eva Marie Everson, president of Word Weavers International Inc. She hopes that readers will use this book to consider their own transformations.

The Transformation Project: A West Michigan Word Weavers Anthology is available from in printed form and for Kindle. The book is also available on,, and

Learn more about The Transformation Project at


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  • Jennifer Allen Posted December 10, 2013 11:45 am

    Yay! Congrats, Peter!

    • Peter DeHaan Posted December 10, 2013 12:50 pm

      Thank you! I’m very excited about it!

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