#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
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The Snow is Gone

And to look out this window, you’d think it was high summer. It’s so sunny, though I know from letting the dogs out that there’s a nip in the air. We do have our overcast days here in Spokane, of course, and those tend to make me yearn for Arizona.

I’m gearing up to fly to Dallas for the DREAMIN’ IN DALLAS conference, March 31 through April 2. The event is produced by the Dallas Area Romance Writers, a chapter of Romance Writers of America. I’m sure they have a website–do join us if you can.

Now, back to “McKettrick’s Luck”.

See you tomorrow. In the meantime, be blessed.

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