#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Tate McKettrick

I posted this picture of one of my ATCs just for fun.
Today is the day! “Tate”, the first book in my new Texas McKettricks series, is out now, even as we speak. I am thrilled.

There’s lots of great fuss around this book, too. Check out my Q&A and the video on MSN’s Lifestyle page. Amazing. Is this really happening to me, Linda Lee Lael, aka Lindy, the little girl from Northport??? Do I really have a national radio interview coming up in 25 minutes???
Apparently so.

Fortunately, I have the current book to ground me. My cousin and trail boss, Mary Ann, who threatens to poke me with a knitting needle if I get big-headed, is home sick, so it’s a good thing I’ll be busy. Otherwise, I might fall prey to an ego attack. NOT. As wonderful as this business is, there is a lot to keep one humble. Besides, there are too many knitting needles around here. :)
And so it goes in Spokane, Washington on this lovely January morning.
I’m drinking coffee, journaling, and writing this blog. (Yes, pretty much all at once. Maybe I should cut out the coffee.)
As if.
It’s a joy to know you’re out there. Have a great day.

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