#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2008

Seattle

I returned late last night from Seattle–I had such a great time over there! The big event was dinner with a crew from my wonderful publishers, Harlequin’s HQN imprint. We had a lovely time at Daniel’s Broiler–I highly recommend the place if you’re in the market for a good Seattle restaurant. My choice was the lobster salad. :) Dee–lish–IOUS!

I stayed at the Hotel Max–and that was quite the experience. This is a boutique hotel, I guess you’d call it, and the theme is 80s Rockstars, mostly–if not all–Seattle bands. Every door has a full-length black-and-white of someone from a grunge

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To Seattle Today, But First…

There are horses to feed! :)

I’ve decided not to take my laptop along, but will do my best to blog on the hotel’s business center computer–that worked in London.

I have a business dinner tonight, and I’m REALLY looking forward to connecting with three of my Harlequin buddies. Business or no business, they are always a fun bunch.

If all goes well, I’ll be prowling the downtown Seattle Coldwater Creek in a few short hours. :) (If you’re there, and you see a woman with flecks of hay in her hair, that will be me!)

Yesterday I received a cover for

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The Pony Express carried almost 35,000 pieces of mail over more than 650,000 miles during those nineteen months and lost only one mail sack.

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