#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2008

Today’s Report from Vegas

I’m still a little hoarse from all that cheering last night at the rodeo, but now that I’ve had my coffee, and a room-service breakfast is on its way, I’m rarin’ to go.

No goin’ anywhere, though, until I finish the chapter I promised my editor.

Once the pages are written, I think I’ll cab it over to Cowboy Christmas, one of several big trade shows affliated with the rodeo, and see what the well-dressed cowgirl is wearing this year. :) After that, I’m meeting with a bookseller to talk about setting up a signing at her store next time I’m

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Found in Las Vegas

Tonight, I’m back in touch with my Inner Cowgirl. :)
Thanks to my good buddy, Steve Miller, of Montana Silversmiths, I was able to attend the rodeo. It was exciting, as rodeos generally are. Brooks and Dunn sang the opening song, “Cowboy Town”, and the arena rocked!
December 7, many of you will remember, is Pearl Harbor Day. Well, the NFR planners had a real surprise in store tonight–Lee Greenwood came out of nowhere and sang “God Bless the USA”. We had all been given flags on the way in–now we knew why! We all stood–thousands of us–and belted out the

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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