My husband decided to marry me on the sound advice of a fortune cookie. I’m not making this up. Let me start from the beginning. When Wayne asked me to marry him I didn’t give him the chance to change Read the full blog.
Growing up my brother was a pest. There’s no other way to describe him. For most of our years together we had a love/hate relationship common among siblings. Actually, I should probably thank my brother for giving my publishing career Read the full blog.
Wayne and I were blessed with two daughters and two sons. All four of the kids were born within a five year span which meant that they were all teenagers at the same time. To put it mildly, the hormones Read the full blog.
Welcome back to Season 3 of the Cedar Cove television series! One of the best parts of being an Executive Producer is the opportunity to visit the set and spend time with the actors. From what I’ve seen and heard, Read the full blog.
Wayne and I have some exciting news to share. Our son Ted was married to Irina Nelson this weekend. The nuptials took place on our front lawn in a small, private ceremony with family and two of Irina’s closest friends. Read more
TRAVERSE CITY – Debbie Macomber won’t be insulted if audience members at her National Writers Series appearance pull out their knitting. The prolific author is an ardent knitter, owns her own yarn shop, and an international spokeswoman for World Vision’s Read more
TRAVERSE CITY – Knitting, food and generosity – these are a few of New York Times best-selling author Debbie Macomber’s favorite things. She’ll be in northern Michigan this week to talk about these subjects and her books as part of the National Writers Read more
Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations and much more are just around the corner! In order to help you celebrate, the grand prize winner of this month’s website giveaway will receive a $250 Walmart gift card and a signed advance reader edition Read more
I’m back from Chicago and World Vision’s For Every Child Conference this past weekend. The entire conference was an inspiring experience. Americans are generous, giving up to three billion dollars for charity every year. I have learned that only 5% of Read more
Cymbre Foster is the Program and Outreach Manager for the National Writers Series. In her April 17, 2015 article “There is power in a pair of knitting needles and a skein of yarn,” Foster highlights Debbie, her passion for knitting, Read more
In the morning, I’ll be heading to Chicago for World Vision‘s National Leadership and For Every Child Conferences. As many of you will recall, I am the International Spokesperson for the World Vision Knit for Kids program. My daughter Adele Read more