#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Slam Dunk!

As of this week, “Tyler” is #12 on the NYT bestseller list! YES!

Thank you, one and all, for making it happen.

I’ve been working on “Tate”, and hope to be reporting similar exciting news next year, when the new trilogy hits the book stores. You won’t have to wait that long for new stories, of course–“The Bridegroom”, a Stone Creek historical set in the early 20th century, is scheduled for this August. “A Creed Country Christmas” will be available in November, in gift hardcover, and “At Home in Stone Creek”, a Silhouette Special Edition, comes out in December. Soon after that, of course, the Texas McKettricks will appear.

Gosh, I’d better buckle down and get to work!

Where does the time go? For example, when I was a child, it was never Christmas–now, it seems to me, it’s ALWAYS Christmas. :) I can’t believe tomorrow is Friday–already!

If you could see me, you would probably laugh. My fingers are stained with colored ink–I’ve been dabbing it onto ATCs and positively reveling in the rich, vivid colors. I especially love metallic copper.

On a more mundane note, the microwave went kaput a few days ago. Not that long ago, it was the refrigerator. It’s a toss-up what will need replacing next–stove, dishwasher, garage door opener? It’s always something, isn’t it?

Spring has come to Spokane at long last, and I’m remembering what a beautiful place it can be. Bloomsday, our big foot race, is this Sunday. The Lilac Festival can’t be all that far away. People are tilling up the ground, ready to plant vegetable and flower gardens.

Today, I love Spokane.

Ask me again when the snow flies.

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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