#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2008

Push Up Sleeves Time!

As much as I love holidays, I’m always happy when they’re over and life returns to normal–as normal as it ever gets around here, anyway!

I’m all fired up to work on the new book in earnest–this is Meg’s “kissin’ cousin”, briefly met at the end of “The McKettrick Way”. So this is the start of the new Montana Creeds series, Book 1: “Logan’s Return.”

I’m big on audio books, so I’ve been listening a lot lately–mostly research stuff for the Civil War books, but I confess I love to listen to my own stories, read back to me. I’m

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Good-bye 07, Hello 08!

My New Year’s Eve went pretty much as I predicted, though I was up at midnight, with the family, watching the famous ball drop in Times Square. I didn’t expect to be moved by the sight, but I was. All these people, thousands of them, crowded into a few square blocks, yelling out the countdown. And I thought, here, in the city where terrorism struck the hardest, is the proof that hope and confidence in a good future still hold the upper hand. Cowgirl or not, New York is one of my favorite places, and I tell anybody who’ll listen

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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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