#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Frequently Asked Questions

The emails have been coming in, and a lot of you have asked certain questions, so I’ll answer them here.
Q: Will there be more Clare and Tony books?
A: As with the vampires and the medieval stories, I’m not planning more Clare and Tony books at this time. Perhaps a Christmas mystery at some point, though. The Mojo books will start in November of this year, and I think you’ll like Mojo and Tucker as well as Tony and Clare.
Q: I wrote a book. Do you have any advice for me?
A: Yes. If it’s a romance, join Romance Writers of America. There simply isn’t a better writer’s organization. They have local, regional and national workshops and events. Successful, working writers donate large amounts of time to teach the ins and outs of writing and selling a book. Start there. You need to join the national organization, but then you can join a chapter. At the very least, you’ll make some wonderful new friends.
Q: Are you still using the ROM machine you wrote about on your blog?
A: No. I’m ashamed to say that, between writing, traveling and celebrating the holidays, I got off track. But I’m going to get back to it. TODAY.
Q: Why are you moving to Spokane when you have such a great life in Arizona?
A: There are many reasons. Spokane is home–I was born there. I miss the changing seasons and the trees. My dad lives nearby, and I want to see him more. The horses need cooler summers and more room, and so do the dogs. I will be closer to friends and family. As a little girl in Northport, I wanted nothing so much as to leave. See the world. Live in lots of different places. I did that. Now, I’m ready to go home. It’s a full circle kind of thing.
Q: From my sister Sally. Do you still love me? You’re not answering my emails.
A: YES, I still love you. It’s your internet server I’m not so wild about. I am answering your emails.

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