#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Willow Etc.

Tomorrow, one of my early books, “Willow”, comes out with a new cover and some updating and revision. It’s essentially the same story, but longer and more in depth.

On the home front, I’m learning to take my blood pressure every morning. And I’m a wimp–it hurts. Sometimes, though, a cowgirl’s got to just tough-up, as my dad would have said. :)

I had a very relaxing weekend. Mostly, I played with my art supplies, but I confess I did play a few slots over at Northern Quest, too.

Today will be a writing day.

Looking forward to the annual Lael Family Reunion next weekend. I hear cowboy-cousin JayDee will be there, with his guitar and some CDs. Yeehaw! I’m a big JayDee fan. :)

And that’s the news from my kitchen table on this promising Monday morning.

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