#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Ground Hog Day

Six more weeks of winter? Well, there you go. The rodent has spoken–and there’s no way I’m going to attempt to spell his name. :) I hesitate to tempt fate, but so far we’ve enjoyed a mild winter here in Spokane–in January, there were a number of sunny days, pretty enough to make your throat catch. The draw is foggy this morning–I haven’t spotted any wildlife down there so far, but you never know. Deer, wild turkeys, whole packs of coyotes and even the occasional moose are not an uncommon sight here on the Triple L.

I had an early radio interview today–my thanks to Tron Simpson of KCMN-AM’s “Tron Talk Live”, on the USA Radio Network. As always, talking to Tron was easy and fun–he’s a real pro. A $25 Petco gift card is being given away with each of the interviews I have scheduled to promote “Tate”. I have 3 more tomorrow, and the first one is at 5:35 am, my time. :) It’s great fun.

I’m writing “Austin” and doing well, though my cold is holding on. More Vicks, more Tylenol, and more of the goings on in Blue River, Texas. :)

Next month–next month–Sally and I head out for our yearly vacation. This year, we’re bound for Barcelona, with side trips to Portugal and the south of France. There will be pictures and if humanly possible, blogs. It was a kick last time, blogging from Prague, because I had to use the hotel computer and navigate instructions in Czech. We shall see how it goes in Espanol. :)

Time to whip up some breakfast and get to work.

Once my writing day is done, I’ll be snipping and gluing new ATCs. Loving the whole swap aspect of that.

More tomorrow.

Be blessed.

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