#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Oklahoma!

Where the wind comes right behind the rain!

No rain, alas, but I’m kind of into that song.
And I’m really happy to be online again, and able to update you on my doings.
I’ve got TV shows tomorrow, and a wonderful steak dinner to look forward to tonight.  (I also need to do laundry.  :)  Alas, the real world….)
My friends from Nancy Berland Public Relations greeted me with smiles, a basket full of goodies (including a cookie shaped like the state of Oklahoma) and a bottle of wine.  I broke into that wine as soon as I was settled in my room.  :)  (Traveling is stressful.  :))
I’ll be hitting the hay early tonight, that’s for sure.  But my energy is holding up pretty well, all things considered.  
More later.

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