#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2008

Greetings from London Town

Amazing! With Sally’s help, I have managed to get online to blog! It is nearly 5 pm here, and we had quite a full day shopping–we started at Warr’s Harley Davidson, where my sister the biker chick stocked up on shirts, etc. After that, we shopped in the King’s Road, Chelsea, and did we ever have a ball. We bought all sorts of cool stuff at Boot’s–love the homeopathic remedies. We visited LUSH, the exquisitely decadent bath supply shop, and a Chinese herbal place. We’re rising VERY early tomorrow for a day trip to Paris. Suffice it to say, the

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Countdown to London!

Tomorrow! I can’t believe it! I’m actually getting on a British Airways jet tomorrow and flying to one of my all-time favorite cities! And Sister Sal is going with. It doesn’t get any better.

Today, I will finish drafting “Dylan”, and what an adventure this book has been! I’m planning to do the revisions when I get home–just let the story cool off for a week. (Trust me, anything with Dylan Creed in it is HOT.) In fact, the pages sizzle when I touch them!

Good news at Weight Watchers last night–I’ve now “released” (you’re not supposed to say “lost”,

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