#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2009

Pinch Me

I think I’m actually finished with the new book. :)

“Tate” and “Garrett”, the first two stories in the Texas McKettricks trilogy, are strong books, and I’m so proud of them. I won’t pretend writing them was easy–for some reason, they were harder than most of their predecessors have been. I hope it means I’m growing as a writer–even though I’ve been publishing books since 1983 (yikes) and writing them for much longer than that–I think it’s important to polish old skills and master new ones and I really try.

You deserve the best story I can possibly deliver.

During the

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I Keep Saying This, But…

I really, really think I’m going to finish “Garrett” today! I did some polishing yesterday, making changes my editor asked for, etc. I’m so excited!

After “Garrett”, I’ll be taking a short (but glamorous) break to head down to Las Vegas, for some National Finals Rodeo festivities. I’ll be appearing at Paris with a lot of Hunky Cowboys. (Yes, Linda plays Las Vegas.) I would love to see each and every one of you there, but if you can’t make it, not to worry. I will be tweeting. I will be Facebooking. I will be blogging and posting pictures. You

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.

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