#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Saturday Mornings

I love Saturday mornings.
I used to sleep in–alas, Sadie and Bernice, my dogs, do NOT sleep in, so I don’t either, but still, it’s lovely to wake up with nowhere I have to go. The cards and packages have been sent, and I’m looking forward to spending Christmas in LA with my absolute favorite person in all the universe, my beautiful and brilliant daughter, Wendy. Did I mention that I’m ever so proud of her? She is a passionate, and compassionate woman, a talented writer, an animal lover and an all-around good person. I learn so much from her, about writing and about life.
Today, I’ll be working, because I have a pressing deadline, but that is a blessing, too. You are going to LOVE “Sierra’s Homecoming”, I just know it. I’m pouring my heart into it, and even though it will be a full year before you see it, it gives me joy to know that next December, you will meet these very special people–Sierra and Travis in the present, and Hannah and Doss in the past.
In the meantime, the countdown has begun for “One Last Look”. Clare and Tony are waiting in the wings, ready to make their appearance on December 27. They’ve got a wonderful, exciting story to share with you, and they come with my best wishes for each and every one of you.
May the Reason for the Season bless you abundantly, in all things and in all ways.

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