245. The Yarn in Knitting, and The Yarn in Stories: An Interview with Debbie Macomber

Sarah chats with New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber about her writing career, and the many ways that career has grown in unique directions. They discuss the ways she’s adapted her writing to accommodate her dyslexia, the start of her writing career, and what her writing experience has taught her and other writers. They also talk about her Blessings Box, her recipes, her readership, how knitting and romance go together so well, and about her newest book, If Not for You, which she calls a “healing book.”  As always, we find out what she’s reading — and what she’s currently knitting!

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Here are the books we discuss in this podcast:

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Three podcast episodes in our archives that might be of interest:

You can learn more about Debbie Macomber at her website, and about her charity, Knit One Bless Two.

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This Episode’s Music

This is from Caravan Palace, and the track is called “Gramophone.”

You can find their two album set with Caravan Palace and Panic on Amazon and iTunes.

And you can learn more about Caravan Palace on Facebook, and on their website.


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This podcast transcript was handcrafted with meticulous skill by Garlic Knitter. Many thanks.

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