#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Up to My Eyeballs in McKettricks!

I’m sorry I missed blogging yesterday. Those McKettricks are REALLY keeping me busy! Things are heating up big-time in modern-day Indian Rock, where this trilogy is set.

In the midst of all this, a dear uncle is wrapping up the last days of a truly good life. We will miss him, one of our pair of Jacks, but we also know he will love the New Place. I think he’ll be back on the ranch, as he remembers it, with Gramma cooking one of her savory suppers at the old wood-burning cook stove, and Grampa ready to spin one of his wonderful limericks.

As if these things weren’t enough, my Lifetime TV movie, “The Last Chance Cafe”, is about to begin filming in Vancouver. I hope to make a flying visit to the set on my way to Atlanta, for this year’s Romance Writers of America conference. And the minute I get home, I’ll be writing “A Wanted Man”, Rowdy’s book, which is the sequel to “The Man from Stone Creek” and very likely the beginning of a whole new series–about a family of outlaws!

No rest for the wicked. And none for ME, either, apparently!

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