#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2007

I Can’t Help It….

I’ve GOT to brag! I just learned that “The McKettrick Way” is the #1 series romance at Borders and Waldenbooks! Pardon me while I jump up in the air and kick my heels together, shouting a rousing, “Whoopee!”

The snow lingers, and is it ever beautiful. We’re expecting more tonight–hopefully not before my emergency hair appointment. :) (Like Dolly Parton, I don’t worry about being a dumb blonde, because I’m not dumb and I’m not blonde, either.) Why does my appointment qualify as an emergency? Well, I’m heading out for New York early the morning of the 3rd, and hair looks–well–like

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The Power of Questions

The snow I’ve been waiting for came in the night, blanketing the draw like a heavenly benediction, trimming the trees in flawless lace. I think it’s still coming down, in tiny flakes, but it’s still too dark to see.

I guess because we’re getting close to the end of another year, I’m starting to think about the shape of 2008. Usually, I set goals–last year, very simple ones. Get to the doctor and the dentist more regularly, for example. And I met that goal.

I’ve used affirmations quite successfully in my life, but the truth is, and you and I

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Texas was the most active gunfighting state, with some 160 shoot-outs from the 1850’s through the 1890’s.

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