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  1. Really enjoyed reading the “Miracle Interrupted” series, and am looking forward to the next one(s). They are very “feel good” stories and lift the spirits, I know you don’t need my backing but I’m giving it any way, keep it up and I’ll keep buying. Thank you

  2. Just finished reading ALL the “Miracle Interuppted” series. Cannot wait for the next one to come. Sooo with Dario that makes Miracle population 644??? Edie I hope to read a novella about them all!!!

    • Erin, I’m so glad that you enjoyed the series so much. I tried to write a novella or book (depending how long it was) about Sam and Elsa. But it didn’t work; there was just no reason for them to be apart. They’re perfect for each other.

      I may go back to the town of Miracle some day, but right now I’m busy with my Rescued Hearts series. It’s set in a small city, and has more people and more businesses than the Miracle Interrupted books, while still keeping the small town feel. I’m about to publish my third book, and I think each book is better than the one before it. I’m very happy with the books, and I hope readers are, too. 🙂

      Thanks for emailing me!

  3. Absolutely love all of your Miracle bookes. They make me cry, laugh, and can’t wait for the next one. These are among the best books I’ve read in a long time. I also have the box set, I am animal lover and these all bring a pleasure to my reading. lease keep me informed when a new book is out.

  4. I wanted to re-subscribe to the newsletter and it says my address is already subscribed.

    • Same here!

      I first found you with “Catitude”. which I’ve shared with my best friend, since we’re both totally cat-owned, so I don’t want to mis out on any of your news!!

      Later,

      Lynn

  5. I was utterly delighted to see that you are working on a novella that is the sequel to Dragon Blues. That was one of the most delightful stories I’ve ever read. –

  6. Hi Edie,
    Per your “cleaning house” email I am resubscribing to your newsletter. I also received a warning that my address is already subscribed. Were you supposed to delete all the addresses first? I’m not sure how to continue here. Love your books!

  7. I went to re-subscribe and it did the same thing to me. Said that I was already subscribed. Marcy

  8. Hi Jean, Lynne and Susan,

    After I sent the newsletter, I went to my newsletter subscriber list to delete everyone, and I discovered that it only lets me delete 20 at a time. Plus, there are 4 steps I need to do before it deletes the 20. I have over 4000 subscribers, so you can see that it takes a long time. I’m sure there must be a faster way to do it, but I don’t know what it is.

    I’ll put your name and email down myself on the new list. And please ignore the do-over email I’ll send to my subscribers tomorrow. For your trouble, I’ll send you an e-copy of any of my already published books. Let me know which one you life, and if you prefer a Kindle file or an epub (which is anything but Amazon Kindle).

    Thank you so much for messaging me!

  9. Poor Edie, you were having a senior moment. I have them all too frequently.

    • Claire, I’d like to blame it on a senior moment, but I blame this on my technical klutziness. If they would’ve had “Select All” that I could have deleted, it would have been so easy.

      I just signed you up. 🙂 Thanks for consoling me!

  10. Edie, Please resubscribe me.
    Thank you.

  11. It is still telling me I am already subscribed so I cannot resubscribe.

  12. The sign-up was successful this time around. It’s easier to blame Mother Nature than your technical kills, especially since we were having the same weather you were, but here in Madison!

    Thanks for writing!!

    Later,

    Lynn

  13. Hi Edie 🙂
    Please subscribe me to your newsletter, LOVE your books!

  14. Please add me to your masiling list.

  15. In case you’re first coming here now, I answered most of the comments directly. It was fun talking to everyone!

  16. Edie,
    This being the book next in line for me came at a great time. You never know how things will turn out and may not know why but it’s always for a reason they do and it may not be for u. I just had a traumatic experience. I had stopped reading a few months prior. I have Alto of stress that has been building for a lot of yrs. I was so overwhelmed. Just beat down into a hole so deep I knew it was going to be difficult to get out of. The trauma changed my outlook and perspective. I also started reading and this just happen to be the next book. I AM AWESOME! I may not always feel awesome and it may be difficult but I will get there.
    So I wanted to say THANK YOU for the story and the reminder. I also enjoyed ur other series as well.
    U R AWESOME TOO 7/27/14

    • Angie, you are awesome! Your comment brought tears to my eyes. Books and tapes are wonderful when you’re going through this, and it’s a bonus if you know someone you can talk to. I’m sending you healing thoughts and hope you remember every day how amazing you are.

  17. I discovered you through getting Hearts in Motion on CJ Lyons link to free Ebook day in July. What a wonderful find. I now have all the Rescued Hearts books and the first three books of Miracle Interrupted. Having read The Fat Cat, Cattitude is next on my list. You’re as talented a writer as Justen is a drummer. Someday when the three dachshunds (all cat haters) are gone, I may have to get a cat.

    • Susan, what a wonderful letter! Thank you so much! I love CJ Lyons!

      LOL about your dachshunds. One of our neighbor’s often walks his three dachshunds about the same time we walk our English setter. They bark like crazy at her, though none of them reach halfway up to her knees. I love it that they think they’re ferocious and aren’t afraid of anyone.

      The best to you and your dachshunds!

  18. Thank you for such great books.

  19. I love this story so sweet yet trouble for both in living where. Also it was cool to me because I live in Wisconsin and know all these cities. Talking about Chicago too every place there I know to. Love story. Poor Katie and what a horrible mother well she was no mom. How terrible she was to Katie her life and when Katie called I thought wow what a awful person acting like she never had another child. But she had miracle friends family and Gabe

    • Theresa, I’m so glad you enjoyed it. I often put a lot of what’s going on in my life in the books I’m writing. In this story, it was pies because my mother was a great pie baker. (And it’s the time of year for pies again! Yay!) And we had an old beagle whose body was failing as I wrote this. She followed me everywhere she could. It’s been over a year now since she’s been gone, and I still miss her.

      This is a beautiful time of year to live in Wisconsin. My Love & Murder series is in Door County. I’ve been there twice this last year. For research, of course. 🙂

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