#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Auntie’s Tonight!

I’ll be at Auntie’s Book Store, in beautiful downtown Spokane, tonight at 7:30. I surely hope to see some of you there.

For those of you who’ve been asking how to get signed copies of my books, Auntie’s is your answer. We’ll be putting all necessary info on the website very soon. Auntie’s will have a signed supply of each new book, available as soon as it comes out.

In the meantime, I’m on the homestretch with “McKettrick’s Heart”, and getting ready to visit the movie set where my friend, Josanne Lovick, producer extraordinaire, is filming an adaptation of my very own “The Last Chance Cafe”! We’re even bringing in our dear mutual friend, Pastor Jean, to bless the production.

The movie is wonderful, but the friends are the greater blessing. I’ve known Jean for almost thirty years–and what a history we have.

Be blessed. And have a wonderful weekend.

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