#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Book Club and Other Things

A fine time was had by all at Shirley Allings’ book club meeting last night.  Few things are more fun than enjoying food (it was my free night) and congenial conversation about one of my favorite subjects: books! 

Thank you, Shirley and Matt and all the attendees.

This morning I woke to find that I had–picture me uttering gasps of dread here–No Internet Service.  I checked every router and even called my bookkeeper to make sure the bill had been paid.  :)  Whatever the problem was, it’s been fixed.  It scares me a little to think how dependent I really am on being able to go online–and makes me grateful for the easy convenience that is the norm.  :)

Today I will draft the last chapter of “Big Sky Country”, and do my polishing and revisions over the weekend.  On Monday, I zap the works to my saintly editor, Joanie, via–yep–the internet.

My new book, “A Lawman’s Christmas”, will be in stores on Tuesday, the 27th.  This is the story of Clay McKettrick, who founded the Texas McKettricks dynasty.  If you loved Tate, Garrett and Austin, here’s your chance to see how it all began.

We’re enjoying lovely fall sunshine here in Spokane.  We’re all hail and hardy, people and critters, and the internet is working.

Who could ask for anything more?

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