#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Late Start

I admit it. I was out on the town last night–so to speak–Sylvia Brown appeared at the casino out in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Since the place is in the middle of nowhere, ‘out on the town’ would be stretching things.

It was a fun evening, and very entertaining. Whatever your opinion of Ms. Brown may be, she is funny, and I enjoy her.

I’m gearing up to start the new book, “Creed’s Honor”, which stars one of my identical twin cowboy-hunk heroes–Brody will be next, with “Creed’s Legacy.” I just love to write about twins, especially the identical kind. They fascinate me.

Also, I’m catching up on some ATC trades–got behind on those, as I probably mentioned.

If I have any spare time left over, I plan to spend it reading Tony Blair’s book.

Tomorrow is September 11, and I will be observing that day with reverence and with an ever-growing appreciation for the spirit and courage of the American people.

Still ourselves, after 9 years. Go figure.

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