Deborah Smith

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For other people of the same name, see Debbie Smith (disambiguation).

Deborah Smith is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 35 novels[1] in romance and women's fiction. Her books include 21 series romances under her real name and under two pen names (Jackie Leigh and Jacquelyn Lennox). Her bigger novels include Miracle, Blue Willow, Silk and Stone, A Place To Call Home,[2] When Venus Fell,[3] On Bear Mountain, Charming Grace, Sweet Hush, The Stone Flower Garden, Alice at Heart, Diary of a Radical Mermaid, The Crossroads Cafe, A Gentle Rain, and Solomon's Seal: Discovery.

A Gentle Rain was a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist in 2008. In 2004 Sweet Hush was optioned for film by the producers of The Princess Diaries.

Smith is also editorial director and a founding partner of BelleBooks, a small press (2000–present) co-owned by Smith, former RWA V.P. Debra Dixon, and veteran authors Sandra Chastain and Martha Shields Crockett. BelleBooks has currently published more than 25 novels and anthologies including two illustrated children's books and one nonfiction booklet, Bra Talk, by Susan Nethero.

Smith's 2008 novels include Just a Little Bit Guilty, a romantic comedy, and Solomon's Seal: Discovery, a contemporary paranormal.

Her 2009 projects include a dark urban fantasy novel entitled Soul Catcher, (under the pen name Leigh Bridger) and a women's fiction trilogy set in Asheville, North Carolina and featuring a family of great cooks. The books in the trilogy are entitled Kitchen Charms, Pickle Spells, and Biscuit Witch.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Deborah. "List of Smith's Books". Bibliography. Amazon. Retrieved 15 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Stellin, Terry. "Talking to Deborah Smith". Sept. 9. 1997. AAR. Retrieved 15 April 2011. 
  3. ^ Scribner, Susan. "When Venus Fell (Four Hearts)". Book Review. The Romance Reader. Retrieved 15 April 2011. 

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