#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2007

In a World…

Where bad things happen to innocent people, it’s all too easy be afraid. Certainly, this most recent national tragedy is unspeakable. But if we forfeit our courage in the face of such evil, we serve the purposes of the perpetrator, not the victims. Let us mourn these lost lives, and support the friends and families with our whole hearts. Also, though, let’s not be distracted from our own ordinary joys and blessings, the precious moments that will never come again.

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Headed for the Lake

I’m expecting a furniture delivery, and want to get all set up to write my new western, “The Rustler” in my snazzy lakeview office.

The barn is really taking shape! It’s so exciting to see it going up, day by day.

“McKettrick’s Heart” is still going strong–#7 for the second time, and in its third week on the NYT bestseller list. Thank you, one and all, for your part in making so many dreams come true.

On the hobby front, I’ve been doing some beading and messing around with polymer clay. (You have to throw away a lot of clay,

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.

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