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Reply Smithd563
5:20 AM on January 18, 2018 
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Reply Debbie
3:57 PM on December 9, 2016 
Hello! I can't wait to read this - I was married to Roger's son from 1978 to 1985, so I knew his family well. I learned about your book after reconnecting this morning with Roger's daughter. I look forward to learning more about someone I knew in probably a very different light.
Reply Deborah Smith
8:49 AM on August 26, 2016 
Doug ritter says...
Why did you declare your book fiction?

Thank you for your question. The book is fiction based strongly on the lives of real people the author has known and loved over the course of sixty-five years
Reply Doug ritter
12:49 AM on August 26, 2016 
Why did you declare your book fiction?
Reply Dawn L
12:53 PM on July 19, 2016 
Excellent book, I couldn't put it down until I finished reading in entirety!! I love the idea of little snippets of the character's lives. I got to the end of the book and was left wanting more! Great job of intertwining the idea of "settling" into each of the character's lives. I can't wait to read any future books written by Deborah Williams Smith.
Reply Elke Weber
5:47 PM on May 10, 2016 
Debbie your book is very interesting to read I enjoyed It a lot.
Reply Stephen James Smith
10:13 AM on May 10, 2016 
bob hurley says...
Bob, Thank you. I do feel blessed to have these stories from the Greatest Generation. I do believe I ran across Joe's book when doing research. You are so fortunate to still have him with you to hear the stories. I do hope you can encourage him to write more! Thank you for your support in keeping their stories alive. I really appreciate your sharing of the book.

- Deborah Williams Smith
Reply bob hurley
8:39 PM on May 9, 2016 
Getting a copy of your book for my Uncle Joe Grimaldi, who was with my father in the 311th Inf Regt,/78th ID.............My uncle published his menoirs a few years ago, in, "My Visit to Hell".........We in the family are trying to get him to put together volume II, because he left out so many stories he had told us thru the decades...........I hope by sending him your book, he will be re-inspired to work on Volume II............Works like yours and his, will bring forth those very real happenings of the past, that made up these fine men, and made them whom we all loved & admired.......
Reply Bill Hendricks
2:51 PM on January 10, 2016 
Settling: 100 Snippets of Life from a Mid-Century Woman
Highly readable, and well crafted. One can read any number of books, missing Settling would be a mistake. The mind, spirit and values that DJ reveals in her first book reflect the person I?ve known and respected since 1966.

Bill Hendricks
Overland Park, KS
January 10,2016