#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Coming Home

Well, as you know if you’ve been following this blog, I had a fabulous time in California. All that sunshine and those china blue skies–and, even better, being with Wendy and Jeremy.

It appears that the writer’s strike is almost at an end, and that’s good news. Wendy was hard at work on her new script as soon as she got back from dropping me off at the airport–her agent and manager are eager to get it out there the moment the big wheels start turning again.

Sadie and Bernice were thrilled with my return, of course. The cats basically said, “You again?” :) Bernice was practically hysterical with joy. Sadie wriggled in, grinning, for an ear-ruffling, but I know what she was thinking. “Got food?”

We still have deep snow and cold weather, so I admit to missing the California climate, as well as my beautiful daughter and her fiance, Jeremy, who is every woman’s dream son-in-law. I miss Bailey, aka Big Dog, and Quintan and Claudia, the cats. It’s just too bad we can’t be in two places at once–a typical Gemini wish.

It’s back to work in earnest today, and some art work when I have my pages done.

I’ll be traveling again soon–I leave for New York on the 19th for a luncheon with the wonderful folks at Barnes and Noble and an editorial meeting with my HQN team. Busy, busy.

Gotta master this writing on the road thing!

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