KLPW, a radio station and local news source very near to my hometown, included A Bird on a Windowsill on its site today! I have been listening to this station since I was very young. Thank you, KLPW and news editor Kyle Quick, for sharing Salem and Savannah's story, which releases MONDAY! Check out the article here!
I write about rain on tin roofs, gravel roads, old trucks with holes in the floorboards and small-town summer nights. I grew up on a farm in a little Midwestern town. Now, I live in Kansas City, Mo., with my weatherman husband.
Laura Miller's first contemporary romance novel, Butterfly Weeds, hit the Amazon Best-Seller's List and Top 100 in October 2012. The sequel to Butterfly Weeds, My Butterfly, released in June 2013. For All You Have Left, By Way of Accident, When Cicadas Cry and A Bird on a Windowsill followed. Look for The Life We Almost Had, releasing Sept. 19.