#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2008

I’m in Salt Lake City

I’m on TV in a couple of hours, so I should be spiffing myself up.  However, I wanted to write this blog and my morning pages first, so I’m sitting at my laptop.  (I need to find an Apple store because this thing keeps shutting down for no apparent reason.)

My good friend Leslee Borger is coming in today.  What a pleasure it will be to spend time with her.  We’ll be talking about Harlequin’s plans for publishing and promoting the Creed books, my new trilogy  (February, March and April) and just generally having a good time.  Leslee is a
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Busy Day Ahead

I have a really busy day ahead–lots of TV and radio, and a signing tonight.  

So far, not one ATC trader has turned up along the way, though.  (Except for my future son-in-law, Jeremy, who brought 3 fabulous cards to swap when I was in LA!)  I’ll have cards along tonight at the autographing at the Quail Springs Barnes and Noble, 7 PM.  If you’re in the OK City area, I sure hope you’ll show up and say howdy.
“The Rustler” sure seems to be getting a good reception out there, though.  And I appreciate that more than I can
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