#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2007

Snow, snow…

And more snow!

The draw is beautiful, and the flakes are coming down fast and furious. Larry is feeding the horses this morning, but I’ll be slogging out to the barn later in the day. Horse care is hard work sometimes, but it’s a chance to be with them, and enjoy their very special energy, so I love it.

Today, I’ll be back to work on “Logan’s Return”, and reading through the manuscript of my October mass market western romance, “The Rustler.”

In the meantime, the first Mojo Sheepshanks book, “Deadly Gamble”, hits the stores today. It was out before,

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The Gift

What do you get for the woman who quite literally has everything? That’s a dilemma my friends and family face every year, I think, and may I say, they always do a remarkable job anyhow.

This year, I really felt that I’d had all the Christmas anybody could ask for, at the NFR in Las Vegas. My brother, Jerry, and cousin, Steve, along with his wife, Deb, had such a good time there, thanks mostly to the generosity of Steve Miller. Seeing them so happy, and enjoying the experience so much, meant more to me than anything that would fit

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In the old times sometimes cowboys referred to beans as “Deceitful Beans” because they talked behind your back.

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