#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Tweets and Twitters and Facebooks

My goodness, life is complicated for the technically challenged. Every day, in-box is jammed with invitations to be somebody’s friend, somewhere. Some of the names are familiar–my brother’s, for instance–but many are strangers. All I need to do is upload a picture, design a background, install a soundtrack…

OK, maybe I’m exaggerating just a little…

Until this trilogy is finished, I probably won’t be facebooking (is that a verb?) or tweeting.

I’m still in Cheyenne–my book signing is tonight at 6, at Barnes and Noble. I hope you’ll come by if you’re close enough. Tomorrow, I head on to Oklahoma City, another of my favorite places to visit.

I’ll spend the day writing–fine by me. I’m loving this story, although it has been one heck of a steer to rope and wrestle to the ground, to put it in rodeo terminology. Ever the optimist, I figure this means it’s extra special good.

Tweet on, twitterers. I’ll catch up with you later.

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