Saturday, November 20, 2010

DEBBIE MACOMBER: FIRST BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE GIVEAWAY

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FIRST BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE!
DEBBIE MACOMBER HOLIDAY BUNDLE!

WHAT IS A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE?
A BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE CONSISTS OF THREE OR MORE BOOKS THAT SHARE A COMMON THEME AND GO TOGETHER IN SOME WAY. THIS IS THE SECOND YEAR I HAVE HAD BINGLE BELLS BUNDLES AND THEY SEEMED VERY POPULAR LAST YEAR SO I HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THEM!

IF YOU MISSED THE FULL EXPLANATION OR OTHER BUNDLES, YOU CAN ALWAYS CHECK THE BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE HOME PAGE HERE. THERE YOU WILL FIND ALL CURRENT BUNDLES LISTED SO YOU DON'T MISS OUT! 
 

THIS FIRST BINGLE BELL BUNDLE CONSISTS
OF 3 BOOKS, WITH 4 STORIES, FROM ONE OF
OUR FAVORITE AUTHORS AND ESPECIALLY
HOLIDAY STORY WRITERS, WITH AUTOGRAPHED
COPIES FROM THE FABULOUS, MUCH LOVED
GIVEAWAY ENDED
DEBBIE MACOMBER!

ABOUT THE BOOKS:
WHEN CHRISTMAS COMES (HARDBACK)
Trading houses. Trading towns. Trading Christmas!

Emily Springer widowed mother of one, decides to leave her hometown of Leavenworth, Washington, to spend Christmas with her daughter in Boston.

Charles Brewster, history professor, seasoned curmudgeon and resident of Boston, wants to avoid Christmas altogether.

Through an Internet site, they arrange to swap houses for the holiday. So Emily goes to Boston--and discovers that her daughter has gone to Florida. And Charles arrives in Leavenworth to discover a town that looks like Santa's village, full of Christmas trees, Christmas music and elves.

Meanwhile, Emily's friend Faith Kerrigan travels to Leavenworth to visit her--and finds Charles the grouch. . .whose brother, Ray, shows up at Charles's place, to find Emily living there.

Through all the mix-ups and misunderstandings, amid the chaos and confusion, romance begins to emerge in unexpected ways. Because when Christmas comes, so does love. . .

THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS (HARDBACK)
What would make your Christmas perfect?

For Cassie Beaumont, it’s meeting her perfect match. Cassie, at thirty-three, wants a husband and kids, and so far, nothing’s worked. Not blind dates, not the Internet and certainly not leaving love to chance. What’s left? A professional matchmaker. He’s Simon Dodson, and he’s very choosy about the clients he takes on. Cassie finds Simon a difficult, acerbic know-it-all, and she’s astonished when he accepts her as a client.

Claiming he has her perfect mate in mind, Simon assigns her three tasks to complete before she meets him. Three tasks that are all about Christmas: being a charity bell ringer, dressing up as Santa’s elf at a children’s party and preparing a traditional turkey dinner for her neighbors (whom she happens to dislike). Despite a number of comical mishaps, Cassie does it all—and she’s finally ready to meet her match. But just like the perfect Christmas gift, he turns out to be a wonderful surprise!

ANGELS AT CHRISTMAS: Contains TWO stories from DEBBIE! (PAPERBACK)
THOSE CHRISTMAS  ANGELS
Shirley, Goodness and Mercy, three well - intentioned angels who are occasionally allowed to intervene (or interfere!) in human affairs, are sent to Seattle to answer a new prayer request. Ann Fletcher prays for a special woman to be sent into her son's life, for Roy is becoming a bitter, career - obsessed man who needs to discover what really matters.

The angels swoop down and find a way to throw Julie Wilcoff in his path - literally!  From that moment on, Shirley, Goodness and Mercy shall follow them. . .whispering suggestions, arranging encounters, hoping for the best.

WHERE ANGELS GO
Christmas is a time for angels.

Shirley, Goodness and Mercy are back! These three irresistible angels love their assignments on Earth. They especially love helping people who send prayer requests to heaven (even though the Archangel Gabriel, their boss, knows they’re going to break his rules)!

This Christmas, Mercy is assigned to bring peace of mind to an elderly man . . . who discovers an unexpected answer to his prayer. Goodness is sent to oversee the love life of a young woman afraid to risk commitment a second time. And Shirley has the task of granting a little boy’s fondest Christmas wish.

Shirley, Goodness and Mercy go wherever they’re needed. These three charming angels often find themselves in trouble, but somehow things always work out for the best—especially at Christmas.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
With more than 130 million copies of her books in print, Debbie Macomber is one of the world’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. Every book features the delightful sense of humor for which readers clamor. Not bad for a woman who is dyslexic and didn’t learn to read until she was in the fifth grade.

Her dyslexia did not deter the young mother of four from pursuing a lifelong dream of becoming published. She celebrated her first sale in 1982 when Silhouette Books acquired her manuscript, Heartsong. The book became the first category romance ever to be reviewed by Publishers Weekly. She was soon featured in Newsweek—and demand for her books quickly exceeded her wildest dreams. Now Debbie maintains a list of more than 130,000 readers, with whom she regularly corresponds.

Debbie is a regular resident on the bestseller lists. Two of her novels have scored the #1 slot on the New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly lists the first week on sale. She is the first-ever recipient of the“readers’ choice” Quill Award for Romance Fiction for 44 Cranberry Point, the fourth book in her highly popular Cedar Cove series. Debbie has also been honored with a RITA® for her 2005 holiday hardcover, The Christmas Basket; an RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award and is a multiple winner of both the Holt Medallion and the B. Dalton Award. In July 2010, the Romance Writers of America presented Debbie with its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.

AND to read more about Debbie Macomber, go HERE.

MY THOUGHTS:
Being only human, but also loving holiday stories and Debbie's writing, I have read just two of the books and am working on ANGELS AT CHRISTMAS. I won't repeat the synopsis of the stories as you can read that above. What I will say about all these holiday books of Debbie Macomber's is that you won't be disappointed. If ever you need a way to get yourself into the holiday spirit, these would be the books to do it with. Debbie gives you a realistic story, if you take into account the magic of Christmas, which I do, and allows the reader to enter the world of that she has created. The characters are all well fleshed out and thus make you care about each of them. When that happens, it is easy to see why the book is hard to put down as you want to see what happens to them. With her trademark sense of humor and style of writing, I can't think of a better way to kick off the holiday season than with something from Debbie. Be sure and also watch for my review of her newest book coming up next week. It is a very special holiday story...so special it has been made into a movie! More to come on that soon.
 
GIVEAWAY

THANKS TO DEBBIE MACOMBER, AND
KIM AT NANCY BERLAND PUBLIC RELATIONS,
I HAVE ONE BINGLE BELLS BUNDLE OF THESE
THREE BOOKS TO GIVE AWAY TO ONE WINNER!
...AND PERHAPS A FEW INDIVIDUAL 
WINNER SURPRISES!
 
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IN CASE YOU WIN!
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COUNT AS MORE THAN ONE!

HOW TO ENTER:

+1 ENTRY:
COMMENT ON WHAT YOU READ ABOVE AND PICK THE BOOK YOU WOULD BE MOST INTERESTED IN READING IF YOU HAD TO PICK ONLY ONE

+1 MORE ENTRY: VISIT DEBBIE MACOMBER'S WEBSITE BY GOING HERE AND READ MORE ABOUT HER THERE AND COMMENT ON SOMETHING YOU FIND INTERESTING ABOUT HER, OR ABOUT BOOKS YOU'D LIKE TO READ OR HAVE READ OF HERS

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+1 (or +2) MORE ENTRIES: COMMENT IF YOU SIGNED UP FOR SWAGBUCKS ON MY SITE FOR ONE ENTRY. IF YOU GET SOME NEW SWAGBUCKS WHILE THIS GIVEAWAY IS GOING ON, COMMENT ON THAT AND YOU WILL HAVE ONE MORE ENTRY!

GIVEAWAY ENDS AT
6 PM, EST, DECEMBER 5
GOOD LUCK!


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holdenj said...

I think When Christmas Comes looks good, I like the trading homes idea.
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holdenj said...

I wish I could knit as well as Debbie--I never really got beyond scarves! I've read most the Cedar Cove series and enjoyed it.
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Loren said...

I would love to read "When Christmas Comes" sounds soo funny and of course romance at Christmas is the best!

Loren said...

I visited Debbies site! I would love to read Hannah's List. I have never read a Debbie McComber book but they all look wonderful!

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Pamela Keener said...

OMG I love Christmas books & Debbie Macomber. So this giveaway is a win win for me.
I think I would have to read about the madcap story "When Christmas Comes"
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Pamela Keener said...

I want to read Mrs Miracle & Call Me Mrs Miracle.
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sunshine9 said...

I did not know Debbie Macomber had dyslexia and has been a prolific writer along with the recipient of many outstanding awards.

I'd like to read The Perfect Christmas.

Thanks for coming up with the idea of your Bingle Bells Bundle giveaway.

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Cindy W. said...

Oh, to pick one is so difficult as I love Christmas books and Debbie's work. Since I haven't read any of these books, I would probably start out with The Perfect Christmas. Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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Cindy W. said...

I visited Debbie's site and found that her book Mrs. Miracle has been made into a Hallmark movie starring Doris Roberts. Can't wait to see it.

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Anonymous said...

Of the three books, I would pick 'The Perfect Christmas'. I would like to compare my experience with a matchmaker to the main character of the book. My matchmaker was not chosen either by myself or my husband. He just wanted to pair up people. I know I will enjoy this book.

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suburban prep said...

I am looking forward to reading the Perfect Christmas.
I was in my 30's when I found the right guy so I kind of understand what the story is about.

suburban prep said...

I am a knitter and I love the books that she has and the yarns that go along with the knitting pattern books.

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Amy said...

I would love the read The Perfect Christmas!

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Amy said...

I love that Debbie Macomber has knitting patterns!

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Christa said...

If I had to just pick one of the books, I think I would pick When Christmas Comes! The plot sounds great. Emily and Charles trade houses and a bunch of mishaps happen...sounds like great entertainment!

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Bethie said...

I would really like to read The Perfect Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Christa said...

I visited Debbie Macomber's website and I love the way it is set up! I learned that one of her books became a movie! I have never read anything by her, but would really like to. I looked her up on goodreads.com and all of her books got really high ratings!

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Christa said...

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petite said...

I like the book When Chistmas Comes. sounds wonderful and unique. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

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petite said...

I would like to read Mrs. Miracle. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

traveler said...

If I could knit it would be wonderful. she is talented. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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When Christmas comes sounds perfect. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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bloggingmom said...

I would pick "The Perfect Christmas" because it looks like it would be funny! garczynski (at) aol (dot) com

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debbie said...

I would like to read when christmas comes. It sounds quite good, and I love stories that involve christmas.
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debbie said...

I would like to read her book a good yarn. I have a couple of her knitting books and they are really nice.
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Esme said...

I like that they will put me in the holiday mood

I have always heard good things about her books

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Esme said...

I see she is a fellow knitter.

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Lisa R/alterlisa said...

WHEN CHRISTMAS COMES would be my choice. I love reading a story where scrooge is forced to rethink his take on Christmas.



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Lisa R/alterlisa said...

"Not bad for a woman who is dyslexic and didn’t learn to read until she was in the fifth grade." This is something I'm sure I was unaware of. And as for picking one of her books that I loved the best, no way, that would be like asking a mother to pick her favorite child.

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Linda Kish said...

If I had to choose I would want Angels at Christmas. Shirley, Goodness and Mercy sound like fun angels.

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Hannah's List is waiting in my bookcase to be read.

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Lori Thomas said...

Love reading Christmas Books like these, Would like to read When Christmas Comes, sounds funny.
Debbie is a great writer, all her books are awesome

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Lori Thomas said...

Have read many of her books, really enjoy the Cedar Cove series. Wish I was as talented as her, can`t knit worth a darn lol

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Steve Capell said...

I think “WHEN CHRISTMAS COMES” sounds like a entertaining Christmas book to read. I have read several readers’ reviews of this book and a very high percentage of them give this book outstanding praise so I would have to choose this book from the three in your review as the one I would read first. Thanks for hosting this review and giveaway. BTW – Christmas is just around corner!

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misskallie2000 said...

Had to finally pick just one as all 3 sound wonderful. But The Perfect Christmas would be my choice as it sounds like a true Christmas wish come true story. I am a Sr. Citizen but love HEA stories and still belive in faith.

Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I love Debbie and have read over 40 of her books and hope to read many, many more.

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misskallie2000 said...

Debbie has written over 136 fiction books and 24 non-fiction. This is really awesome. She has 130,000 followers and I have been one of them for yrs. She has sold over 130 million books. That is reallly mind blowing. When I see Debbie's name it makes me feel good and I know the book will be great. I have read over 40 of her books so still have more to read and enjoy.

Don't forget that her new Hallmark movie, Call Me Mrs. Miracle will air on the 27th, Sat. after Thanksgiving. They also have the DVD of last yrs movie, Mrs. Miracle available.

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Amy said...

I would choose "When Christmas Comes" because I love that mom, Emily is going to spend Christmas with her daughter but she ends up alone which saddens me so I want to know what happens to her for Christmas. I also love and the idea of swapping houses sight unseen with a stranger intrigues me. I always wonder what each person will think of the house they are staying in and if the swappers will become friends. It seems there's no way you wouldn't get to know the person whose house you are staying in because it's their house!

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Anonymous said...

These all sound like delightful Christmas stories. I think I would enjoy "When Christmas Comes" the most if I had to pick just one because all the mix-ups sound like fun.
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Amy said...

I think it's great that Debbie Macomber is taking some risks and writing different types of books...cookbooks, non-fiction and children's books and isn't just relying on her best-selling fiction. It also permits us, her readers to experience another side of her.

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Anonymous said...

Debbie Macomber has written so many Christmas books---I'd like to read "The Christmas Letters"---since I have a hard time writing good letters, the idea of having someone else write them really appeals to me.

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Colleen Turner said...

These sound like wonderful holiday books! My favorite would have to be The Perfect Christmas. Who wouldn't love a perfect christmas, but it inevitably happens that it isn't what it seems.
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agordon10 said...

I'd want When Christmas Comes.

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Colleen Turner said...

I went to Debbie Macomber's website and learned she was dsylexic. I am so impressed that she has been able to be suc a prolific writer while dealing with that!
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Connie said...

Hi! I think the book "The Perfect Christmas" sounds right up my alley. The main character sounds a lot like myself..that is why I would like to read. Thank you for a fantastic giveaway! :)

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bloomerbear said...

I would like to read "The Perfect Christmas" don't think I read it yet...

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Tore said...

I would be happy winning any of these books. They all sound very good. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

JHS. said...

I definitely want to read Angels at Christmas."

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gcpeach17 said...

They all sound wonderful and I am sure they are as every book of Debbie's is but, I guess I would choose 'When Christmas Comes'.

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It's also wonderful that she perservered in light of her difficulties with not learning to read until the fifth grade. Like she said that she writes from own experiences and no wonder she believes that anything can happen.

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Jackie Lane said...

I am a big Macomber fan and have read a lot of her books. Funny enough, these are 3 that I haven't read.

Jackie Lane said...

I am a huge Macomber fan and have read a lot of her books. Funny enough, I have not read these 3 books.

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cheryl c said...

If I had to pick one, THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS would be "perfect" for me! ;-)
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cheryl c said...

I have read quite a few of Debbie's books. I like that she writes series books so I can revisit favorite places and characers. Her Dakota and Manning Sisters series were 2 series that I really enjoyed.
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donnas said...

I think The Perfect Christmas sounds like the one I would pick if I have to only choose 1. Sounds like just such a great story and one I wish would happen in RL.

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donnas said...

She shows how no matter what slight problem you can have as a kid you can work and grow up to still do what you love. And I want to read all of her Christmas stories.

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budtaz said...

snow ! hot chocolate! good book! what a wonderful time of the year!

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McKim said...

I would probably pick Angels at Christmas if I had to choose.

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Mary said...

I've actually read many of her books and I'd love to read The Perfect Christmas.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for this giveaway :). If I had to choose, I'd pick When Christmas Comes. This book reminds me of one of my favorite movies, The Holiday.

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the perfect christmas mverno@roadrunner.com

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The book about Shirley, Goodness and Mercy the angels sounds so good! I would pick Angels at Christmas if I could only get one.

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If I had to pick just one book, it would be "The Perfect Christmas". I think that the books sound like a great Christmas Giveaway from what I read.

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I love Ms. Macomber's writing, especially her Christmas stories. When Christmas Comes would be my first to read.

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I think my first, but certainly not last, book that I read was the Angels first book. It was wonderful!!

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I love Christmas stories, I have not read any of these books-so I'd pick ANGELS AT CHRISTMAS to read first

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I love Debbie Macomber books. They are all great! I can't wait to read WHERE ANGELS GO.

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I really love her books and would like to read WHERE ANGELS GO

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I'd have to pick When Christmas Comes. chirth7@yahoo.com

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I'd like to read When Christmas Comes most. shundelt@yahoo.com

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crystalf said...

I would like to read Christmas Angels and it's two stories. Thank you!

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I love her book Twenty Wishes. I have recommended it to a ton of people. Thanks again!

Kaye said...

When Christmas Comes would be my choice as part of the setting is Boston. Sounds good to me, Tootsie!

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I love the idea of a perfect Christmas...who doesn't?! I would most want to read The Perfect Christmas. I love that Debbie writes so many holiday books.

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I did not know that Debbie was dyslexic. She has overcome a lot to write so many books!

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