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When Martha Williamson, executive producer of the television series "Touched by an Angel," was planning her wedding, she searched in vain for a book that, instead of being about choosing flowers and place settings, was about preparing her heart and spirit for her wedding day and her marriage. So, she wrote her own. She joins Diane to discuss her new book.
- Martha Williamson author and executive producer of the television series "Touched by an Angel"
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