#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


A Day in the Life

The morning started out as usual–dogs out, dogs in, dogs out again, dogs in again—you get the picture. After that, coffee and some quiet time with my journal. What was different about this morning was doing a radio interview by phone. I almost spaced it out–received a reminder email at 9:18 am, and the call was scheduled for 9:30. Phew!

Then a woman came to measure for new vinyl flooring in two of the bathrooms.

Work? Who, me?

I might just go over to the casino instead.

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