Debbie Johnson is a best-selling author who lives and works in
Liverpool, where she divides her time between writing, caring for a
small tribe of children and animals, and not doing the
She worked as a journalist for many years, until she decided it would be more fun to make up her own stories than to tell other people's. After trying her hand at pretty much every genre of writing other than Westerns and spy dramas, she has settled on women's fiction that seems to make people laugh and make people cry, often at the same time.
Her books include The Birthday That Changed Everything, Pippa's Cornish Dream, and Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe, all published by HarperCollins. She also ghost-wrote model and presenter Abbey Clancy's debut novel, Remember My Name.
Follow her on twitter @debbiemjohnson, or at www.facebook.com/debbiejohnsonauthor - but be warned, she mainly talks about dogs.
Praise for `Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Jumper':
`Oh my days, how I love books by Debbie Johnson...like mulled wine at Christmas time it makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside' - Lisa Talks About
`A great romance for this time of year' - Rachel's Random Reads
`Didn't disappoint in any way' - Annie's Book Corner
`Cute Christmas story that had me grinning from ear to ear' - A Blabbering Bookseller
Praise for best-selling summer read, `Pippa's Cornish Dream':
`A sheer delight' - Sunday Express
`Has all the best ingredients for a holiday read: the beautiful West Country, a family-run farm, and a mystery man with Poldark-style charms' - Yours Magazine
`A summer romance with an abundance of country charm, Pippa's Cornish Dream by Debbie Johnson is a standout title for this season.' - Book Chick City
`A beautifully addictive read' - Reviewed the Book
`A fantastic read - romance, beautiful Cornish scenery, a gorgeous but troubled hero, teenage traumas, great characters, lots of humour and a real feel-good ending. Highly recommend this for your summer-reading shelf!' - Portobello Book Blog
`Truly addictive...the perfect 21st century love story' - Jane Hunt Reviews