#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2008

The Early Bird…

Gets to let the dogs out, then in again, then make the coffee! I got up at four this morning, which is around my usual time–lately, though, I’ve been sleeping in till seven. :)

The house is very quiet–Bernice is at my feet, and Sadie is snoring on the bed. Even the sun isn’t up yet, but we are.

I love this time of day. My mind is fresh, and I’m always inspired after my journal/prayer session at the kitchen table.

I’ll be writing straight through the weekend, being nearly finished with the first book in the Montana Creeds series, “Logan’s

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Steve Miller

Today I’m going to tell you about Steve Miller, a good friend and a very talented western artist.

As you’ve no doubt noticed, we share the same last name. That’s because Steve is my ex-husband Rick’s first cousin. He lives in Montana, with his beautiful wife, Terry, and heads up the marketing department at Montana Silversmiths, the place where I buy a lot of great jewelry and purses :), but there’s more to Steve than marketing, and that’s for sure. Steve is a gifted sculptor and storyteller, and a genuine cowboy to boot. His event is team roping, and he’s

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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