#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Back Home from Toronto

My great-nephew, Jaden James Chamberlain Lang, was born last night! My sister Sally and her husband, Jim, will make world-class grandparents!

The Toronto trip was wonderful. I could not be more thrilled to be writing for HQN.

Sadie has an upset tummy today, so I’m keeping an eye on her.

And I’m writing. Working on the third story in the contemporary McKettrick trilogy, which will be released in February, March and April, 2007. I told you the wrong dates before.

I need a keeper.

Fortunately, I have several.

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