#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2006

Turkeys and Trees

There are wild turkeys behind my house, gobble-gobbling! They seem to know they’re in no danger of becoming Thanksgiving dinner. (Or Sadie’s dinner, either, though she barks at them with all the good-natured ferocity of any self-respecting beagle!) The deer visit, too–we have seen a doe with twin fawns occasionally, since spring. Now and then, there is even a moose–I’ve only caught a glimpse of one, since I write at the back of the house, looking out over my splendid draw full of dignified pine trees, and the mooses (meese?) seem to favor the ten acres of flat ground at

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The Blog was Broken

And now, hopefully, it’s fixed.

I’m officially halfway through the next Mojo book, “Deadly Deceptions”. Meanwhile, the first Mojo, “Deadly Gamble”, will be in stores soon.

I’m getting ready for the Lael family reunion this weekend–always a good time.

A bit under the weather, but I expect to be better soon.

Much love,
Linda

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Though the term “stick ’em up” is widely used in Western films, it wasn’t actually coined until the 1930’s.

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