#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I’m Back Home from Buffalo!

What a wonderful trip I had.
First, I spent a couple of days in Arizona, speaking at an event in Sedona, along with Dale Brown and Kathy–her last name escapes me, and it’s a five mile walk to the kitchen, where the information is–a professor who lived incognito as a university student for a full year. Fascinating! Dale writes military thrillers, consistent NYT bestsellers, and is a funny, down-to-earth guy who flies his own airplane. (Contradiction in terms?) Joe Neri, of the Well Red Coyote, a bookstore in Sedona, was a prince, squiring us everywhere.
From Arizona, I went on to Buffalo, with my trusty assistant, Jenni, in tow. I visited the Harlequin Distribution Center, where books are warehoused before shipping out to the stores, and it was a fabulous experience. Laura Wiltse, and her boss, John, treated me like a queen! I had a tour of the facility, which was an experience every writer should have, an education in itself, and met a lot of wonderful, hardworking people who make it all happen. Oh, and I signed almost 3000 copies of “The Man from Stone Creek”, which is beautifully packaged and will be in stores around Memorial Day.
Then it was back to Phoenix for a day and a half of theraputic shopping and resting. Man, did I need to REST.
Now, I’m back home, and ready to start the next McKettrick adventure, “McKettrick’s Pride”. The first book, “McKettrick’s Luck”, Jesse’s story, is finished and, I am proud to say, my editor loved it and asked for zero revisions!
So I will write, and enjoy this beautiful Spokane day.
See you tomorrow!

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