Deborah Smith

Deborah SmithDeborah Smith is the nationally bestselling, award-winning author of 33 novels in romance, women's fiction, and general list fiction. Her 1996 novel, A PLACE TO CALL HOME, made the New York Times list. There are currently over 2 million copies of her books in print. She calls her novels "big, romantic, southern family stories." She made publishing news several years ago for signing a 7-figure contract with Little, Brown & Company, New York. Her current novels are SWEET HUSH (Warner Books,) and CHARMING GRACE (Little, Brown.) The film rights to SWEET HUSH have been bought by Disney. Deb's next Waterlilies book, the sequel to ALICE AT HEART is titled DIARY OF A RADICAL MERMAID.

Deb is a sixth-generation native Georgian and lives in the north Georgia mountains with her husband, five cats, one dog, a small herd of corn-fed deer, a flock of equally corn-fed wild turkeys, and way too many giant goldfish. She acts as editorial director for BelleBooks.

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Her Books From BelleBooks and Bell Bridge Books:

The Apple Pie Knights
The Beloved Woman
The Yarn Spinner

The Pickle Queen

The Biscuit Witch
Charming Grace
Sweet Hush
The Stone Flower Garden
Critters of Mossy Creek

A Gentle Rain
The Crossroads Café

A Day in Mossy Creek
Blessings of Mossy Creek
More Sweet Tea

Diary of a Radical Mermaid (Waterlilies)
Summer in Mossy Creek
Reunion at Mossy Creek
Alice at Heart (Waterlilies)
Mossy Creek
Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes