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HOLIDAY TRADITION: Debbie’s Christmas stories are just as much a part of the holiday season as putting up the tree, lighting the fire, decking the halls and gathering with friends and loved ones. Her holiday novels have been called as comforting as “hot chocolate on Christmas morning” (Kirkus) and “as closely linked to Christmas reading as that of Charles Dickens” (The Romance Dish). And Debbie’s fans can be counted on to keep that tradition alive.
HALLMARK ORIGINAL TV MOVIE BASED ON MR. MIRACLE was a most watched movie on the Hallmark Channel, following in the footsteps of Mrs. Miracle, Calling Mrs. Miracle and Trading Christmas. Mr. Miracle was the first Hallmark movie tied into a Ballantine release.
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR of If Not for You, Twelve Days of Christmas, Sweet Tomorrows, and the Cedar Cove series.
AUTHOR COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS: Debbie stays engaged with her fans through social media; she and her husband are on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet; and she speaks regularly with readers at various events throughout the year.
AUTHOR CHARITY WORK: Debbie was named World Vision’s international spokesperson for its Knit for Kids charity initiative.
“[Debbie] Macomber’s Christmas novels are always something to cherish. Mr. Miracle is a sweet and innocent story that will lift your spirits during the holidays and throughout the year. Celebrating the comforts of home, family traditions, forgiveness and love, this is the perfect, quick Christmas read.”—RT Book Reviews
“[Macomber] writes about romance, family and friendship with a gentle, humorous touch.”—Tampa Bay Times
“Macomber spins another sweet, warmhearted holiday tale that will be as comforting to her fans as hot chocolate on Christmas morning.”—Kirkus Reviews
“This gentle, inspiring romance will be a sought-after read.”—Library Journal
“Macomber cheerfully presents a holiday story that combines the winsomeness of a visiting angel (similar to Clarence from It’s a Wonderful Life) with the more poignant soulfulness of A Christmas Carol to bring to life a memorable reading experience.”—Bookreporter
“Macomber’s name is almost as closely linked to Christmas reading as that of Charles Dickens…. [Mr. Miracle] has enough sweetness, charm, and seasonal sentiment to make Macomber fans happy.”—The Romance Dish
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