#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Hello, Monday!

Well, as you can see, I’ve discovered the art of posting pictures to my blog. Where this will all end is anybody’s guess. To say I tend to get carried away with things like this would be the understatement of the day–week–month–YEAR.

Expect to see strange and amazing things–and lots of fun shots of my big adventure, coming up in Las Vegas, at the National Finals Rodeo, in December. I’ll be there from the 7th to the 9th, so it’s a flying trip, but trust me, there will be plenty to blog about. (That many cowboys in Wranglers? Be still, my beating heart.)

I wish I were skinnier, though. I quit smoking last June, and I’ve put on a few pounds. Oh to be BOTH a nonsmoker AND a size 8. It’s back to Weight Watchers for me, right after the holidays.

Finally, I’ll be finishing “Garrett” today, and I am so happy about that. Since this is a trilogy, I don’t have to say good-bye to the story people quite yet. Beginning soon, and working hit and miss through December and REALLY HARD in January, I’ll be starting “Austin”, the final book in the Texas McKettricks series.

And so, it’s back to Blue River, Texas. It’s Big Scene day.

Yee-haw! Open the gate, boys, I’m ready to ride!

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