#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2006

Phew!

I’ve almost caught up with myself!

I promised to tell you about my trip to Washington, D.C., this past weekend, so here’s the skinny. My wonderful publishers, Harlequin’s HQN, treated me like a queen. The first day, I went to their booth at the big Book Expo America trade show and signed a hundred copies of “The Man from Stone Creek”. Afterward, I went shopping, and I bought a killer purse, I’m here to tell you. That night, I had dinner with my agent, Irene Goodman, at a fabulous restaurant.

Then the drama started. I woke up at 2 a.m.

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Unanswered Prayers

I’m grateful for answered prayers. I’m even MORE grateful for unanswered ones!

I think, dear reader, that if we could actually see what we’ve been spared, when God said “No”, we’d be jumping up and down and shouting hallelujah. Those disappointments and set-backs? What if they were really rescues?

That prince who never rode up on his white horse. Whole passel of problems in his saddlebags, babe.

That job you didn’t get. Where would the path have led? Was it a place you really wanted to go? I think not. God knew what waited at the other end, and

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.

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