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Author Information: Deborah Smith

 
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With more than 2.5 million copies in print worldwide, Deborah Smith is one of the best-known and most beloved authors of romantic, stylish, contemporary southern fiction. Her novels have been compared to those of Anne Rivers Siddons, Pat Conroy, and other prestigious southern writers. Among other awards, her work has been nominated for the Townsend Prize for Literature and she has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine, which also named her 1996 New York Times bestselling novel, A Place to Call Home, one of the top 200 romantic novels of the twentieth century. Sweet Hush has been optioned by Disney for film in a major six-figure deal. The Washington Post lauded Smith's novel, Charming Grace, as "big-hearted Southern tale". As a partner, co-founder and editor of BelleBooks, a small southern press owned by her and four other nationally known women authors, Deborah edits the acclaimed Mossy Creek Hometown Series. Deborah lives in the mountains of north Georgia with her husband, Hank.

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