#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2008

Back in the Saddle Again

Phew. Yesterday was weird. I thought I was coming down with a virus, but now, since I feel so much better (I slept most of the day, with Sadie and Bernice ‘standing’ guard), I figure I just hit a wall. I work pretty hard, and I guess sometimes I run the tank too low. In any case, I’m much better today.

The sunshine holds–it’s a lovely, spring-like morning. I say ‘spring-like’ because I’m not sure the Universe is throwing Spring this year. It’s the last day in April, and the weatherman is still threatening snow flurries!

Excuse me for a

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On Sick Leave

Apparently, that virus I’ve been dodging has finally caught up with me. Although I still hope to write, in small increments, I’m headed for bed. I’ve got a big trip to London coming up soon, with Sister Sally, and I want to enjoy every minute of it.

So, it’s off to bed for me. Bernice is already saving me a spot. Tea, chicken soup, plenty of water, and a lot of rest. That’s the plan.

I do have some things to tell you, though, as always. Yesterday, I received a package from Syd and Jeanne Greenberg, who began a wonderful

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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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