#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2008

Lost in Las Vegas

Well, I’m sitting on the plane flying down here on the 4th, and I get to thinking, why am I making two trips? That’s crazy.
So, when I get to the hotel, those folks are kind enough to change my reservations. I’m good right through to the 12th.
I went and did Les Kincaid’s ‘Wines and Vines’ radio show the same night I flew in, and I had a wonderful time. It’s not every radio interview, as I told Les, that provides wine and dinner during the actual show. I learned a lot and met some very interesting people.
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No Moss

There’s sure no moss growing under this cowgirl’s boot-soles.

I’m off to Las Vegas in the morning, as I’ve mentioned, and I’ll be on Les Kincaid’s show, for the CRN Radio Network. I did some checking, and if you’re so inclined, you can catch the show live on CRNI.net, Thursday, Dec. 4, airing from 7-8 pm Pacific Time.

This first jaunt is such a quick one that I’m not sure I’ll get to scope out Cowboy Christmas, the big western trade show that is a highlight of the rodeo for me. I’ll surely play a few slot machines, though and

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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