#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Day Late, Dollar Short

Yesterday was Valentine’s Day, and I completely forgot to mention it on the blog. What kind of romance novelist forgets Valentine’s Day???

I’m within a week of finishing “Logan’s Return”, so I have been focused on that, and working hard, but STILL.

Happy Valentine’s Day, all you valentines out there.

We still have a lot of snow on the ground, but the sun is shining. I’m still yearning for spring, but I bring myself up short every once in a while and say, “Hey. Wait a second. It’s BEAUTIFUL out there.”

I’m planning to work through the weekend, unwrap my 4 new Steve Miller sculptures and display them proudly, (have you seen them yet? www.montanasilversmiths.com) and head out for New York on Tuesday.

Haven’t been to the casino lately. I secretly suspect they’ve screwed down the slot machines to pay for the new hotel they’re building, but you didn’t hear that from me. :)

Casino people: if you’d let the machines pay a darned bonus once in a while, you wouldn’t have so many of them sitting idle. Crank ’em up a little, will you?

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