#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2009

Leaving San Antonio

I arrived in San Antonio on Thursday evening–but my suitcase didn’t. It was already too late to shop for emergency supplies, so I ordered a room service dinner and crashed. I expected to be awakened at any time with the news that my wandering bag had found its way to me, but not so. I was so be picked up at my hotel at 2:30 pm Friday afternoon for a book signing, and the bag arrived at 2:00!

By then, I had been to the Riverwalk, the mall, and the Alamo! I had hit the nearest CVS and loaded up

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Catching Up…I Hope

I’m writing this at Gate 11 in the airport in Colorado Springs. On to San Antonio in a little while–the last city on an amazing tour. Since arriving in CO Springs, I’ve been so busy I didn’t get around to going online. When I finally had time, I was too pooped from all the shopping, visiting, TV and radio interviews, to sign in!

While here in this lovely city, I stayed with my very good friend, Debbie Korrell. On the first night, we enjoyed a turkey dinner–my all-time favorite meal. Debbie made sure I got to all my interviews and

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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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