#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Wonderful News

“McKettrick’s Luck”, I’m happy to say, debuted at #5 on the New York Times bestseller list, and is #8 on the USA Today list to boot!!

I had a fabulous time on my trip to Phoenix to promote the new book, and there is so much to tell you! I’ll probably be spending all of next week just bringing you up to date!

Bernice, the Porky Yorkie, has been barking her brains out this morning, alerting us all to the news that there are construction trucks on the property, clearing space for the new barn. We’re actually rolling! One day soon, my four horses will be coming home for good. All I’ve got to say about that is, HALLELUJAH!

My sincerest thanks to every one of you who went out and bought “McKettrick’s Luck”. Enjoy!

I have a signing this weekend, Sunday, February 11, from 12-2pm, at the Walden Books in Spokane Valley Mall. I hope a whole passel of you will show up to say howdy.

More on Monday!

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