#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Good Morning Everybody!

Welcome to Monday. I’m happy to be here, aren’t you? :)

It was a quiet weekend here–just what I needed. I didn’t get much reading done, but I did some art work and some grocery shopping and a LOT of thinking about the new book.

I’m off to California next month to speak at Orange County Romance Writers of America–they always put on a good shindig. Looking forward to that, big-time, and daughter Wendy will be joining me. Have I mentioned (bragged?) that Wendy is a talented writer in her own right–her first movie, “Truth Below”, will appear on MTV next spring. I’m so proud of her.

My wrist still gets sore sometimes, especially if I overdo it, but I’m grateful to have it in working order again. Not so long ago, I would have had to wear a plaster cast for 8 weeks. Yikes.

Lots of appointments this week–if I don’t get my hair done I will be eligible for Federal Disaster Funds–and I’m also seeing two doctors and one dentist. Not to worry, pardners. It’s all routine stuff–the kind of thing that piles up when I’m 100 percent focused on a book. :)

The dogs are snoozing and it looks like we’re in for one of those beautiful autumn days, bright sunshine, but not too hot.

Perfect.

That’s the news from this end of the ranch.

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