#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2009

The Writer at Home

It is a normal Monday morning–Sadie will soon be headed for her “swimming lesson”, and I’ll be making routine phone calls and doing the preliminary work on a new book, “At Home in Stone Creek”, a Silhouette Special Edition starring Ashley O’Ballivan and the mystery man she doesn’t want to fall in love with.

As I write this, the kitchen TV is on and I’m watching an interview with the Miracle On the Hudson pilot and crew, and I stand in awe of the kind of skill and quiet courage these people exhibited under incomprehensible pressure. If I live to

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No Place Like Home

Be it ever so humble, which, of course, it isn’t, really. :) The crew has been working hard, getting the office and studio in shape. Have I ever mentioned that I’ve got the best bunch of ranch hands in the business?

The sun has only been up for a little while, so I haven’t been out to the barn to check in with the horses yet, but Sadie and Bernice threw the usual welcome home party last night. The cats are tolerating my presence with remarkably good grace. :) Sadie is hanging in there with her diet and exercise program–setting a good

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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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