#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Thursday

Well, the server was down yesterday, so that’s why I’m publishing two blog entries today.

I finished “The McKettrick Way” and have submitted it to my editor, who loved it. Joan and I make a wonderful team, and I can’t express how grateful I am to work with her, and to be a part of the dynamic HQN team. As of yesterday, when “McKettrick’s Heart” took the #7 spot, I have had a book in the New York Times Bestseller list’s top #15 for an unprecedented (for me) ten weeks!

Today, I plan to draft the working outline for “The Rustler”, my next big western, to be published in the summer of 08. Once that’s done, I’ll probably go over to the casino (Mojo and I have more in common than you might think) and try my hand at the slots. Last time I was there, I hit two jackpots within fifteen minutes of each other. :)

I’m a very lucky woman. And not just because of the slot machines. Cleo and I are on the outs, and the prince has been a frog right along. So I’m on the scout for a new one.

I’ll let you know how it goes. :)

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