#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2007

At the Lake

The girls (Sadie and Bernice) and I are at the lake, in my wonderful studio office. The things with dogs is, if they’re in the house, they want to be out here, and vice versa.

It is so peaceful here. This morning, as I sat journaling at my table and looking out over the lake, the view was quietly spectacular. With the houses on the far shore, the whole scene resembled a watercolor come to life. I’m here to settle in and work on my new western, “The Rustler”. It’s an exciting project, and I’m thrilled to be pushing up

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Did I Say I Loved Mondays?

I do, normally. Even cold and foggy ones like this.

I had a productive weekend. On Friday, I did a TV interview at the Northtown (Spokane) Barnes and Noble. For those of you who live within range, it will be shown on KHQ-6, in a segment called “Six Questions”, either this Thursday or next.

Saturday dawned rainy and cold, but folks turned out for my signing at the same store. A special hello to Dave and Sue, Linda, and Teresa, reader friends who braved that weather to say howdy.

Monday is starting to look better. :) I get to start “The

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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