#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Visitors Expected!

It’s a beautiful spring day; reason enough to celebrate, right there! But there’s more!

Debbie Macomber and her good husband Wayne will be visiting today, for the first time since I moved. Debbie and I have been close friends for more years than either of us care to count, and over the last decade, our lives and careers have taken us in such varied directions–we were like ships passing in the night. Now, we’re taking every chance we can get to reconnect and catch up. We’ve laughed together, we’ve cried together. Where Debbie is concerned, I’m a shameless name-dropper. Her success is positively inspirational. Here is a woman who paid her dues, and what a joy it is to see her reap the benefits.

Debbie’s new book, “Susannah’s Garden”, is out now. I’ve read the first few pages, and already I’m drawn into the story. For you Northwest gals, there’s an extra benefit–it’s set in Colville, Washington!

Colville is just 40 miles from Northport. What a kick to read about a place I know so well.

Hmmmm. I’ve been thinking about writing a big historical set in Northport…

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