#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


No Place Like Home

Be it ever so humble, which, of course, it isn’t, really. :) The crew has been working hard, getting the office and studio in shape. Have I ever mentioned that I’ve got the best bunch of ranch hands in the business?

The sun has only been up for a little while, so I haven’t been out to the barn to check in with the horses yet, but Sadie and Bernice threw the usual welcome home party last night. The cats are tolerating my presence with remarkably good grace. :) Sadie is hanging in there with her diet and exercise program–setting a good example for mama. She’s a trooper, but still hunting for the missing Beggin’ Strips!

I had such a wonderful time out there on the road, I can hardly believe it. When I got home, flowers and champagne awaited me, courtesy of my fabulous publishers, Harlequin.

Except for a grocery run, I’m planning to lay low today. I feel well, and I want to keep it that way. I was slugging back double doses of Airborne the whole time I was out there, and it worked.

Yesterday’s flights were easy, on time and uneventful. My bags arrived when I did.

Go figure.

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