#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Return of the Wandering Blogger

Early (and I mean EARLY) Monday morning, I picked my mom up, and we drove to Ellensburg, WA, where my brother Jerry had arranged a signing at Jerrol’s Book Store and an evening tea thrown by the local Friends of the Library. I gave a speech and answered questions, and we all had a great time.

I so enjoyed spending some time with my mother–she lives pretty far from my house and we don’t see each other enough–and of course my brother, his lovely wife, Anna, whom I love and admire tremendously, and my beautiful nieces, Chyanne and Sydney, and nephew, Jerome.

I was blind tired when I got home yesterday, so went to bed early, which explains why I was up at the crack of doom–I mean dawn :)–this morning.

I am THIS CLOSE to finishing “At Home in Stone Creek”. I LOVE this book, which is the story of Ashley O’Ballivan (Brad and Olivia’s younger sister) and the mysterious Jack McCall. But is he really Jack McCall? Brad (“A Stone Creek Christmas”) is in full big-brother mode, and he wants Jack gone from his sister’s life, pronto. He does have some good reasons for suspicion–Jack is keeping way too many secrets! Look for this Silhouette Special Edition in December–all will be revealed.

I’ve got another busy day ahead. Writing, two appointments, and a stack of books to sign down at Auntie’s Book Store for several patient readers. :) Miles to go, as the poet said, before I sleep.

The last couple of days have been breathtakingly beautiful, although a skiff of snow is predicted for Friday, believe it or not.

Has anyone notified heaven that it’s APRIL????

:)

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