#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Case of the Missing Blogger

This just in: Linda Lael Miller was found, writing like a crazy woman, at her home in Spokane, Washington. She is alive and well, but very focused on the new book.

LLM told this reporter that she’s also doing backgrounds, etc., for her artist trading cards, in her spare time. She was on a cooking kick over the weekend, making up a batch of 13 Bean soup, most of which ended up in the freezer. She also stated that last night’s pot roast experiment was a flop, though Sadie-beagle lobbied actively for a sample. :) Sadie is ultra-perky these days, not to mention svelte.

LLM’s future son-in-law, Jeremy Hargis, presented her with a wonderful original painting, his own rendition of a bunch of skeletons, jitterbugging. There will be a photo in the blog very soon, she promises. Jeremy is also into making ATCs.

And there she goes now. Headed for her office.


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