#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Sunshine Continues

Yesterday was a good day–I got a whole chapter written. I’m working on “At Home in Stone Creek”, which will be published as a Silhouette Special Edition this year.

My hair is out of control again, so I have an appointment this afternoon. Want to look good at the Spokane chapter of Romance Writers of America’s conference this Saturday, and also in the pictures that will inevitably be taken in Prague. :) I imagine my great-great-grandchildren examining the photos and asking each other, “What was up with the hair?” That’s later this afternoon, after I pick Sadie up at the vet’s office. She’s having her teeth cleaned. They call her Sexy Sadie there. :)

In between, I’ll be in modern day Stone Creek, catching up with the goings on. You will recognize most of the characters, but there will be some new faces, too, and some of them are furry. Of course.

I’d best get downstairs to my desk. Work to be done.

See you tomorrow.

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