#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Writing Day

It’s a zoo around here, as usual.  The air conditioning went out–AGAIN–and Sadie’s having real problems due to her lack of appetite, and we’re dealing with that.  Not to worry–she just got dehydrated and needs some TLC.

I’m well into the book, though, so I’m going to write–provided I don’t roast first.  :)

Have a good weekend, my friends. 

 

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