Debbie seems to be a very relational individual when it comes to her readers. She shares sorrows, happiness, the good as well as the bad. She has written over 150 pieces and has sold over 140 million copies.
She declares that her main passions are: writing, family and knitting. She even has her own yarn store and writes yarn pattern books.
The reader may ask what makes Debbie the writer she is and I feel it is several things of which include: her deep spiritual beliefs and traditional family values. The fact that she never gave up even as a young child when people labeled her as a slow learner. She was called a hopeless dreamers, but this lady rented a typewriter and wrote until her material sold and today has blessed the hearts of millions. This book gives a brief yet nice overview of Debbie and her life and career.
4 of 5 stars.
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