#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2008

On My Way

In a couple of hours, I’ll be leaving Salt Lake City, a beautiful town full of friendly people, for Omaha.  This morning, I woke up to a skiff of snow, and I hear it’s cold up home in Spokane, too. It would seem we’re skipping fall altogether!

My friend and associate Leslee Borger joined me in SLC, and it was sure good to see her.  I’ve been on the road nearly two weeks, and it was great to see a familiar face.  (I got spoiled in Oklahoma City, with Carol Smith taking such good care of me.)  Leslee left early
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Sugar House

What a terrific group of readers I met last night at the Barnes and Noble in the Sugar House section of Salt Lake City!  I had way too much fun chatting with you all–and it’s lovely to get to know you in person.  My thanks to all of you for turning out and asking great questions, and of course for buying books.  :)  Writing is an isolated business and when I get a chance to jaw with my reader friends, I’m in hog heaven.  Special thanks to Lydia, who planned the event, and to the B&N staff in general.  This is

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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