#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Thanks, OCC!

My special thanks to the Orange County Chapter of RWA. I had a fabulous time attending your birthday bash this weekend. What a great bunch you are, and you treated me like a queen. I like that quality in people. :)

Today, it’s back to work on The Book, which is going well, plus a routine doctor’s appointment. As my friend June Carter Cash used to say, “The older I get, the harder it is to get everything headed in the same direction!”

We’ve got more glorious fall weather today, I see. Missed the weekend rain, darn it, because I was in sunny Brea, California. Daughter Wendy and future son-in-law Jeremy joined me for part of the weekend, and that was terrific–we visited the biggest Target this ole country girl has ever seen. Yee-haw! Darned if it didn’t have escalators–PLUS a special one alongside to transport the shopping cart. What WILL they think of next?

Dogs and cats and horses are all thriving. I was warmly welcomed by the dogs, as always, but the kitties waited until it was dark to cuddle up, lest word get out that they actually like me. :)

I’m happy, I’m feeling good, and I’m grateful.

And that’s the news from my kitchen table.

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