Debbie Macomber has written over 150 novels, including "Mr. Miracle," "Last One Home," "Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel," "Home in Seattle" and "Rose Harbor in Bloom," which were published between 2013 and 2015. A full listing of all her books can be found on the Debbie Macomber website. As of 2015, her award winning books have sold millions of copies around the world.
Debbie Macomber's career as a published novelist dates back to 1983, when Silhouette Books published her romance novel, "Starlight." Soon after, the author was writing romance novels regularly for various publishers, including the classics, "Heartsong," "Promise Me Forever," "That Wintry Feeling" and "White Lace and Promises." In 1988, she began her first book series for Harlequin Books, the "Navy" series, featuring stories of romance in the military, including, "Navy Baby," Navy Husband" and "Navy Bride."
Macomber continued writing romance novels until about 2000, when she entered the world of contemporary women's fiction with her novel, "Thursdays at Eight." She later published many books in the same genre, including "Between Friends" in 2002 and "Changing Habits" in 2003. Her book series include the "Rose Harbor" series, which features characters from the fictional Cedar Grove Rose Harbor Inn, and an "Angelic Intervention" series, featuring "Shirley, Goodness and Mercy" and "Where Angels Go."
In 2007, the author broke into nonfiction with her inspirational book, "Knit Together: Discover God's Pattern for Your Life." She since has written many books in the same genre, including "God's Guest List" and "One Perfect World." Macomber also has authored two children's books, "The Yippy, Yappy Yorkie in the Green Doggy Sweater" and "the Truly Terribly Horrible Sweater...That Grandma Knit."