#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Cowgirl on the Road

I’m leaving in a little while to fly to Portland for the Northest Women’s Show. Details of the appearance are on yesterday’s blog–I hope you’ll stop by and say howdy if you happen to be in the area.

There will be a lot of free time on this trip, so Sister Sally and I plan to hit some craft and fabric stores, and schoomze up a storm. All I’ve got to say about that is, “Wah-hoo!”

When I get back home, I’ll have yarns to spin.

Have a truly wonderful weekend.

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