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Re: Debbie Macomber, November 9-13

Oh, I have a whole love/hate thing with technology. I've been learning a lot since I started doing my Facebook page. Someone suggested I try Firefox to get into this conversation, and to my surprise, it worked. It's a mystery.


I use holiday books to help me get into the spirit of the season, and this year I'm starting with your Angels at Christmas. It looks fabulous and funny and heartwarming. Just the thing!

Susan Mallery
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Re: Debbie Macomber, November 9-13

HI Debbie!  My Mom and I are great fans of yours.  We started with the Cedar Point series and have moved on to the The Manning Series and The Blossom Street series.  We are always on the lookout for your older books and will call each other if we find one that we may not have read (we live 4 hours apart).   I have quite a few of your books in my "to read" stack right now.  Thanks for all the great books!!

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Re: Debbie Macomber, November 9-13

Debbie, Hi, I have read some of your books. I really enjoy your characters. I have your book The Perfect Christmas to read, I am looking forward to reading it. I have read some of your books about the three angels. I really liked them.


Keep up the great work.