#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Things are Poppin’ Here at the Station!

Springwater Station is a lively place these days.

My longtime friend and bookkeeper (actually, executive manager), Debbie Korrell is arriving today to help whip the Station into shape for the big move. Wow! It’s really happening! Cousin Steve and others are headed this way, ready to load and drive trucks. Others have volunteered to come and help unpack on the other end. I am truly blessed with a wonderful family and a flock of friends.

Furthermore, the website is being flooded with new sign-ups! Welcome, all of you.

On top of all this, I’m on the homestretch with “Sierra’s Homecoming”. In fact, I’m heading to the computer as soon as I finish this, and I can hardly wait to get there! I am LOVING this story. Two heroes, two heroines–two different centuries, in the same house. On Friday, it will be finished–except for the final polish, before sending it to my Beloved Editor, Joan Marlow Golan, for her special touch.

How to celebrate?

Well, let’s see. I’ll probably play some slots–I’m lucky as all get-out on those things. New Year’s Eve, Althea and I went to the casino, and I won three BIG jackpots. A little extra sleep wouldn’t hurt, either. Maybe I ought to double up on my vitamins, too.

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