#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2006

Mojo Day 3

Dead people.
It’s me, me, me with them.
Find out who killed me, pass on this message–yada yada yada.
Wouldn’t you think they’d KNOW who killed them, for pete’s sake? But no. Truth is, a lot of them haven’t even picked up on the fact that they’re dead in the first place. If there’s a Cosmic Complaint Department somewhere, I’d like to find it. I think the intake system on the other side needs some tweaks, big-time. Signposts, maybe. Or even billboards, saying things like, “Hello! Get a Clue, Bozo. You’re Dead”, or “See the Big Light? Step Into It”.

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Mojo/Day 1

I guess one of the first things you need to know about me—Mojo Sheepshanks—is that I’m determined. Due to weather in Spokane, Linda’s computer won’t go online. So I’m writing this, and then our good friend, Nancy Berland, will post it on the blog. Voila!

Okay, so enough about all that!

I’m 28 years old and live in Cave Creek, Arizona. (Linda can live wherever she wants, but I’m staying in Arizona, because I like it here.) One advantage of being a fictional character (though, trust me, I’m every bit as real as Linda) is not getting older. No matter

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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