#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2006

Did You Receive a Newsletter?

If you’re registered on the website, you should have received a lovely printed newsletter, complete with pictures of Springwater Station, the horses–with Buck taking center stage–and me with some of my good friends from Harlequin. Have I mentioned that I adore my editor, Joan Marlow Golan? There will be more of these mailings in the future–another one coming in late May, for “The Man from Stone Creek”, which is a June release, in hardcover, and it will contain pictures of me at the new place, too, and some preliminary information about “Deadly Gamble”, the first Mojo book, which is scheduled

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Barry Gibb Buys the Cash House

I am so pleased that BeeGee Barry Gibb and his wife Linda are the new owners of the Cash house in Hendersonville, Tennessee. I have been there numerous times and I am glad to know that it won’t be empty anymore, and music will once again echo off the walls. Songs will be written and sung. People will laugh and tell stories. Victories will be celebrated, and losses mourned. In other words, life goes on.

John and June would be the first to celebrate.

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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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