#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2009

A Skiff of Snow

We got a couple of inches of snow during the night–it is lovely. Yes, I am actually enjoying it. I can even say I appreciate it. (I appreciate, for instance, that it is not a blizzard. Last year, we had five FEET of snow in the month of December alone.) Alas, the rain is already beginning, so it will melt away.

I have decided that “appreciation” will be my watchword for 2010 and beyond. Of course it’s easy to appreciate the obvious blessings–personal freedom, family and friends, critters and books (writing them AND reading them) and good health–or it it?

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Just Call Me Lindarella

Check out the trio of Prince Charmings, western style.
(I actually intended to put this at the bottom of the blog, but there you go. It’s a miracle I managed to post it at all.)
Would you believe in 60 years of life, the above play on my name (Lindarella) has never occurred to me before this morning??? (Or if it did, I’ve forgotten. :))

Not much gets by me!

I needed a fairy-tale name to describe a fairy-tale experience–my recent visit to Las Vegas as a guest of Harrah’s and the world’s greatest publisher, Harlequin. Working together, they came
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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.

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