Meet Debbie


If you’ve read my book already, you know who Debbie is. She still comes to see me at Sassafras Farm, and is here today. I gave her a copy of my book. The first thing she said was, “You have to sign it for me.” SIGH. (If you don’t understand what I’m talking about, see here.)

P.S. You can enter to win a copy of my book today via romance writer rock star Susan Elizabeth Phillips here! (Thank you, Susan!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 17, 2013  

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  1. 10-17

    I almost don’t want to read the passages in your book that detail the mental and verbal abuse you suffered. I, too, am now coming to realize that I went through that dark tunnel. Decided the “coupled” life was not for me…but once you “let it go” you open your life up to much more wonder. I am now in a comfortable, healthy union that nourishes me and my special “other”. There is always light at the end of the tunnel.

  2. 10-17

    I just finished reading your book,Suzanne. I could finally breathe a sigh of relief the moment you said those words of release that brought you a whole new world of change. I admire all you have been able to go through and become this independant woman. You are strong and courageous,girl! Your book is truly inspiring. Hubby and I were high school sweethearts and celebrated 37 years yesterday. I wish for you a deep love that can weather the storms of life and is overflowing with rich, joyful blessings.

  3. 10-17

    Last night I went into Barnes & Noble at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio, to buy your book. I was disappointed that I had to ask for it because it wasn’t displayed with the new releases. They had it shelved upstairs with the cookbooks!! If your publisher has any input regarding how your book is classified, you might have them inquire about this classification. Can’t wait to read it.

  4. 10-17

    Hey Debbie!!! You look gorgeous as ever. You make Suzanne sign that dang book!

  5. 10-19

    Suzanne, Suzanne, Suzanne! Just finished your newest book. Loved it! So happy you put a recipe & craft section in it also!! Clover would be so proud of you <3


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