#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
One Foot in the Stirrup

You’re NOT going to believe this.
I got deathly sick the night before I was to leave for New York, and I didn’t get to go. Is that a bummer, or what?
I am mostly recovered, but still not up to a long blog.
More tomorrow–I hope.

The Day Before

It’s the day before my big trip to NYC, and I’m excited. I’ll be having lunch with some of the people from Barnes and Noble, meeting with my beloved editor and agent, as well as Leslee Borger and my friends at HQN.

I plan to blog on the road, but since I’m leaving VERY early tomorrow morning, and have a dinner to attend soon after I arrive, you probably won’t see a blog until Tuesday. I guess it all depends on how the old energy level holds up–keyword: old.

Winter is starting to wear on me. I’m sure looking forward to spring. As of this morning, it was 60 degrees in New York–to a Spokanite, that’s tropical. :)

I’ll be in touch. Watch this space.

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