Debbie Macomber is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today’s most popular writers with more than 170 million copies of her books in print worldwide. In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope. Macomber's novels have spent over 750 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Eight of these novels hitting the number one spot.
In 2015, Macomber's all-new hardcover publications will include LAST ONE HOME (March), SILVER LININGS (August) and DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW (October) and paperback editions of BLOSSOM STREET BRIDES (March) and her Christmas novel, MR. MIRACLE (October).
In addition to fiction Macomber has also published two bestselling cookbooks; numerous inspirational and nonfiction works; and two acclaimed children’s books.
Macomber's beloved and bestselling Cedar Cove series became Hallmark Channel’s first dramatic scripted television series, "Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove," which was ranked as the top program on cable when it debuted in summer 2013. Hallmark is now filming a second season of "Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove," which will premiere this July 19. In addition, Macomber’s upcoming Christmas novel, MR. MIRACLE, will be made into an original movie premiering on Hallmark Channel in fall 2014. Previously, Hallmark Channel has produced three successful Christmas movies based on Macomber's bestselling Christmas novels: MRS. MIRACLE, CALL ME MRS. MIRACLE and TRADING CHRISTMAS.
Macomber owns her own tea room, Victorian Rose Tea Room, and yarn store, A Good Yarn, named after the shop featured in her popular Blossom Street novels. She and her husband, Wayne, serve on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, and she is World Vision’s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative.
A devoted grandmother, Debbie and her husband Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington (the town on which her Cedar Cove novels are based) and winter in Florida.
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