#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Prescott

I just returned from Prescott, AZ, where I appeared on TV with Lew and Tonya. It was a fantastic experience, and I really enjoyed visiting the high country. Alas, the property I was looking for didn’t catch my eye, so I’ll be checking out the Flagstaff area next. Looking for land–lotsa land, under starry skies above–with plenty of grass and water for the equine branch of the family, and a big, safe yard for my dogs to play in.
School tonight. Did I tell you I went back to college? I’m enrolled at the University of Phoenix, and I’m loving it. I got an A in my first class, and now I’m midway through the second, hoping for the same, and working hard to achieve it. My major is Criminal Justice–I come from a family of cops, as you know, so I’m interested in law enforcement. I expect the training to help a lot with my new romantic suspense series, and I also intend to volunteer, after graduation, as a victim’s advocate.
McKettrick’s Choice is doing very well–it debuted at #26 on the New York Times extended bestseller list. Every time I see it in a store, I get a little thrill, to think of all of you out there reading it. I can feel our hearts touching.

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