#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2005

Is This Arizona?

It has been SO cold here. I guess the universe is preparing me for winters in Spokane!

Right now, I’m working on a brand new Silhoutette Special Edition called “Sierra’s Homecoming”. It’s so much fun! The book is the first of two stories about half-sisters who are descendents of Holt and Lorelei McKettrick, of “McKettrick’s Choice”, and it has a paranormal element. It’s the “parallel lives” book I’ve been wanting to write for years and years…Sierra returns to the house on the Triple M (it was Holt’s house in the historical stories), only to find she’s sharing it with Hannah

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Back from Las Vegas

I had a wonderful time with my beautiful daughter, Wendy. She showed me the first 30 pages of her new script, and it’s a doozy! I fully expect to see it on the silver screen in the not too distant future!

We stayed at the Mirage, and even though neither of us won money, we still felt like major winners. Why? Because we were together. We laughed and talked and shopped, which was refreshing after playing the slot machines. When you shop, of course, they give you something back for the money you spend!

Saying good-bye was the hard part.

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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