#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Still in the Big D

I did an interview for Romance TV.com yesterday, and it was a lot of fun. We’ll put up a link when the time comes, but you might want to check out the site if you haven’t heard of it before. I’ll be on MySpace and Gather.com soon, and you will be able to ask questions directly, etc. I can’t promise to answer all of them, but I’ll do my best.

Jen and I snatched a few hours to visit Northpark Center yesterday. We had a terrific lunch at Maggione’s–the walls are covered with autographed pictures of famous people and the food is great–then did a little retail therapy. I got 2 great sparkly jackets at Dillard’s, one red and one blue, and wore the red one to Harlequin’s HQN dinner last night, at a great restaurant called the Iron Cactus Grill and Margarita Bar. I had a driver, even. His name is Frank, and he’s a retired homicide cop, believe it or not. How fun is that? I’ve booked Frank to take Jen and me shopping on Monday.

There’s another busy day ahead, so I’d better finish my room service coffee and get ready to roll. An interview with Lifetime.com today, lots of other fun stuff. I’ll tell you all about it.

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