#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2008

Rollin’, rollin’, rollin’…

For you youngsters, those are the first three words of Frankie Lane’s song, “Rawhide”. Back in the day–when Clint Eastwood was a relative unknown. :)

This week, I’ve had an unusually hard time keeping ‘them doggies’ (pronounced with a long O) rollin’! I putter. I write. I play slot machines. I’ve stayed on the WW program and shed the ‘airplane weight’. I just don’t seem to be very focused, though.

I’ve decided to let that be okay, since I can’t seem to change it.

Tomorrow, my agent, Irene Goodman, will arrive for a fun visit and some meetings. We’re going to

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Sleepless in Spokane

I’m late again! I can’t believe it. Sadie and Bernice got me up at around midnight for a backyard run, and I didn’t get back to sleep again until after two a.m.!!! (They, of course, snoozed happily the whole time.)

I read art books. I went down the hall to my craft room to fiddle around a while. I read art books again. Finally, I went back to sleep–and didn’t wake up until nine-thirty, by which point I was considered missing in action. Guess those trips to Toronto and Seattle, both of which were great fun, took a little more

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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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