#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Sadie, Texas, and TV

Sadie is still a conehead, and she has a fresh bandage on her foot, as of yesterday afternoon. The Doc says she’s healing nicely. Now, if she just doesn’t tip her water dish over again…

Tomorrow, she goes back for another bandage. The vet says she’s healing up nicely, and when the sutures come out, hopefully on Monday, the cone comes off. Of course I’ll miss that great moment, because I’ll be on a plane headed for Texas, where I will be between June 5 and June 9.

Here’s some info, for you Texas folks.

On June 6, I’ll tape a TV interview for “Metroplex Today”, out of Arlington, for Comcast Cable.

That night, at 5:30-7:00, I’ll be at Waldenbooks, in the mall in Hurst, Texas. The store’s phone number is 817-589-1021. I’m hoping I get to meet a whole bunch of you there.

At 6:00AM on Wednesday, June 7, look for me on KSAT-ABC’s “Good Morning San Antonio”. June 8, from 7-8pm, I’ll be at Barnes and Noble, on Fiesta Trail. 210-561-0718. San Antonio is one of my all-time favorite cities–here’s hoping I get a chance to do the Riverwalk and shop a little!

Back home on the 9th, just in time to head to Grand Coulee the next day, for my dad’s 80th birthday bash!

For the Spokane crowd, I’ll be on KXLY’s “Good Morning, Northwest” on June 14th, and at the Northtown Barnes and Noble, from 2-3 pm, on June 17th. I will also be on KHQ TV that morning, but I don’t know the details yet. I’ll pass them on when I do.

I was born in Spokane, and lived here for many years. I’m really hoping to reconnect with some old friends at that signing, and make some new ones, too.

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