#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Friday? Really?

Time is passing pretty fast these days.

I told you about “A Stone Creek Christmas”, and how into it I am. Well, yesterday, I wrote 2 chapters–a double shift! And I didn’t even get tired. Once I’d finished, I went downstairs and signed two hundred and fifty book plates to be sent ahead to the rodeo people in Las Vegas. My fabulous publisher, Harlequin, has ponied up (pun intended) copies of my books to put in the giveaway bags, and since I couldn’t autograph them, due to distance logistics, my super PR person, Nancy Berland, had the book plates made. (I sure do wish I really looked like that picture of me!)

I’m leaving REAL early on Monday morning, headed to New York, so the blog probably won’t be up until that evening.

I most likely won’t put in a double shift today, as I have some other things to do to get ready for the trip, but this story is so much fun, there’s no way to tell if I’ll be able to stop at the usual 20 page mark or not. :)

Stay tuned!

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