Debbie Macomber: A Biography

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A spellbinding murder investigation amidst crises of faith With more than million copies of her books in print, Debbie Macomber is one of today's most popular authors. The 1 New York Times bestselling author is best known for her ability to create compelling characters and bring their stories to life in her books. Drawing on her own experiences and observations, Debbie writes heartwarming tales about small-town life, home and family, enduring friendships and women who knit.

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Every book features the delightful sense of humor for which readers around the world clamor. Not bad for a woman who is dyslexic and didn't learn to read until she was in the fifth grade.

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Being dyslexic did not deter the young mother of four from pursuing her lifelong dream of becoming published. The book became the first category romance ever to be reviewed by Publishers Weekly.

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Debbie is a regular resident on the bestseller lists. In Debbie saw her first cookbook, first children's book and second non-fiction inspirational book published.

In August of that same year, Debbie's hometown celebrated their first-ever five-day Cedar Cove Days festival, welcoming readers from 42 states and seven foreign countries to the town that inspired the series. Her earlier novel, MRS. In addition to her bestselling novels, "Debbie's world" includes knitting pattern booklets and from Leisure Arts and her own yarn store in Port Orchard, Washington.

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Macomber also now writes inspirational nonfiction, including cookbooks and children's books. Macomber owns a yarn store in Port Orchard, Washington , and there is a Debbie Macomber line of knitting pattern books. In July , the Hallmark Channel began airing its first-ever original, scripted series based on her Cedar Cove book series. Macomber is the series developer and executive producer.

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Macomber is a three-time winner of the B. Dalton Award, [3] and the inaugural winner of the fan-voted Quill Award for romance , for 44 Cranberry Point.

She threw out the first pitch in a Seattle Mariners game at Safeco Field in Macomber is a volunteer mentor for young people, and is active in fundraising for battered women's shelters and for literacy and medical research. Macomber and her husband, Wayne, raised four children and have grandchildren. They live in Port Orchard, Washington. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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