#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
Home Again–For a While

It was a mother and dog reunion, when I got home late last night. Sadie and Bernice practically turned inside out with delight–I can’t think of anybody who has ever been as glad to see me as those two.

The California tour was wonderfully hectic–I met a lot of nice people, got the star treatment, and even worked in a trip to a fabulous bead store in San Diego, called the Bead Gallery. While there, I got the news that “McKettrick’s Luck” was on the New York Times bestseller list for the 4th week in a row–#11 this time!

I also got to stop at Chico’s, in Palm Springs. Good thing I took an extra suitcase along! I really loaded up.

The barn is still a work in process. The well has been dug, and some of the trees have been cleared. I’m leaving as many as I can–I love trees and, besides, the horses need shade and something to scratch against.

Working is hard, when I’m on the road so much, but tomorrow it’s back to the computer in earnest.

More then.

On the Road Again

I’m heading for southern California tomorrow, and looking forward to the warmth. On Wednesday, the 28th, I’ll be signing books at Romance World in El Cajon, 619-588-5494, between four and six pm. If you live in the area, stop in and we’ll swap howdies.

On Thursday, March 1, I’ll be signing books at the Village Fest Street Fair, in downtown Palm Springs, from 6:30pm to ?? I plan to do some serious shopping at that event–I love street fairs.

I plan to take my laptop and will blog if I can, but I usually have trouble hooking into the hotel’s system, techno-phobe that I am. I promise to do my best!

Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”