#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


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Check them out. All sorts of great information, and a lot of it is free. I ordered Christmas cards, too.

I had a fabulous time in Washington, D.C., made some wonderful new friends, had dinner with niece Kelly, and did some power shopping. Oh, but I am glad to be home, too. Home is where the heart–and the pets–is. Are?

We had a little skiff of snow during the night, but this morning it is clear, cold and sunny. I’m nearly through with the second Mojo adventure, “Deadly Deceptions”, and am I ever having fun with it. Copies of my December Silhouette Special Edition, “Sierra’s Homecoming”, have arrived. This book is technically the first of the modern McKettrick series, bringing Sierra home to the Triple M–for the first time. It has a paranormal element I think you’ll enjoy, and you’ll get a brief glimpse of Jesse, the hero of “McKettrick’s Luck” (in stores in late January, and the first book in the McKettrick Men trilogy). I’m proud to announce that “McKettrick’s Luck” will be a Wal-Mart Read of the Month!

More tomorrow. Mojo is ready to roll.

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