#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Off to the Reunion of Laels

Many Laels will be gathering this weekend in Colville, Washington.
I’m so looking forward to seeing my family, in one great, wonderful, funny group.
I’m looking forward to cooler weather, and a visit with my horses, to the changing leaves, and that crisp fall feeling in the air.
I’ll be back on the blog next Thursday morning.

Tonight–Neil Diamond!

May you all be blessed.
May you all celebrate your courage.

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