#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2009

Turkeys!

When Mary Ann and Larry told me they could see our large flock of wild turkeys swaying in the limbs of the small trees in front of my house of a morning, from their place across the road, I thought they were pulling my leg. You have to see these birds in person to believe how BIG some of them are–as in, none of them are in any Thanksgiving danger because they wouldn’t fit in anything smaller than an industrial oven.

The front of my house is lovely, and it does overlook the pasture, where the horses are, or will

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My Christmas Tree

This has to be some kind of record for me. As of yesterday, I have a 4 foot Christmas tree set up in my office. It is white, with pastel lights, and it looks so pretty in the dark. (I have always loved the way Christmas trees look in the dark.)

Why so early? Well, I’ll be in Las Vegas for three days during the rodeo–Harrah’s and my wonderful publishers have teamed up to put on the most amazing promotion for my books and for me. I will be giving you lots more details as I get them and also

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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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