#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Still Poppin’

Have you read “One Last Look” yet?

Things are accelerating around here, to say the least. Another prospective buyer coming to look at the house, and me writing madly in the middle of the frenzy, to finish “Sierra’s Homecoming” and send it off to my editor next week. I’ll catch my breath for a few days, then start right in on “McKettrick’s Luck”, the first of my new contemporary trilogy. McKettricks, McKettricks, everywhere! As of now, I write in the living room. One of the things I’m most looking forward to is having an office in the new house. I’m even considering adding an office wing, but the barn has to come first. I need to get those horses back home.

Beagle Sadie goes to the gate every day, hoping the UPS man will pull up. He always gives her a cookie. When the Fed Ex man comes instead, she’s really disappointed. His next visit ought to cheer her up, though–I happen to know he’s bringing a batch of raw buffalo bones.

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