#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


No More Stitches!

So far, so good. The stitches are history, but I have to wear the surgical boot for another two weeks. THAT I can deal with. I was supposed to wait until tomorrow to have that bath I’ve been looking forward to, but, uh-oh, cowgirls don’t always listen. You won’t tell, right? :) I dried the foot carefully and smeared it with antibiotic cream, so I figure I’m good to go.

And a busy day it will be. First lunch, with Sam and Janet Smith and two women from the local Humane Society, then a break for a few hours, then the appearance at Albertson’s in Liberty Lake. I’ll be there from 3-6–they added an hour–and I surely hope you’ll stop by if you’re in that neck of the woods.

Sam is National Account Manager for Harlequin Books, but I’ve known him and Janet for years and years. They are the most delightful, intelligent, entertaining people! We had a good time at Prospector’s in Airway Heights last night. Very cute waiter. We tried to recruit him as a cover model, but he’s bent on teaching high school science.

Hope to see you later in the day.

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