#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


At LAST!!!!

I’m back!  I’ve had the hardest time a) getting online and b) getting to this blog!!  In Vegas, my last stop, I finally schlepped the computer to the Apple Store in Fashion Show Mall and had a ‘genius’ appointment–with a genius named Randy.  :)  He showed me how to get online, and I schlepped back to the Venetian Hotel, only to find that my part of the building wasn’t set up for wireless!  Then, today, I had to get up at 3:15 am for a satellite media tour.  So this is the first real opportunity I’ve had to get back to the blog.

I had a wonderful time in Henderson, Nevada, doing a chat with Robyn Carr at the Paseo Verde Public Library–hope I got the name right!–and meeting a whole crowd of my readers!  Special thanks to Robyn, Arlene, Tom, Michelle, Trudy and Steven.  All I can say is, I’d love to come back and do that whole gig all over again, it was such a kick.

I’m in LA today and will be going on to Oklahoma City tomorrow.  After that, Salt Lake City and Omaha.
My horse Skye has been sick–things always happen when I’m away from home–but the Canadian Wrangler and the rest of the Triple L crew did a great job of getting the vet out there and the treatment started pronto!  (Thanks, guys.)
This morning, I got up at 3:15 AM (yes, you read that right) to do a satellite media tour, which basically means sitting in a studio and doing a series of live and taped interviews with TV stations all over the country.  This is always fun.  My daughter, Wendy, is here with me and that’s even better.
I know this is jumbled.  I wanted to catch you up a little, and I will be back on the blog tomorrow.  Barring more technical difficulties, of course, and I’m sorry about those little symbols in the text.  Who KNOWS what’s causing that!
  

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