#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Dateline: Dallas

The fun continues here at the big Romance Writers of America conference in Dallas.

Last night was our big Literacy Signing–every year, publishers donate piles of books, and the published authors at RWA attend the autographing to end all autographings. The proceeds go to the literacy programs in the city hosting the conference, and of course the event is open to the public, though we buy tons of books from each other. :) I’m pleased and proud to say I sold all my books–“A Wanted Man”.

Today, I have an interview scheduled for an internet program on Romance TV. I’ll let you know on the site when it is going to air. I will be doing another for Lifetime.com as well.

Exciting stuff!

Met up with Nora Roberts outside in the smokers’ area yesterday–it’s almost a tradition. The woman doesn’t age. We talked about grandchildren–she has two, and I’m still back there at the starting line. I saw a tiny pair of pink western boots in a store yesterday and had a serious yearning for a granddaughter!

Well, I’ve got to order room service and figure out what I’m going to wear today.

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