#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2010

Friday? Really???

Is it just me, or is it always Friday?

This week has been an exciting one, with the release of “Tate”, the first story in the new McKettricks of Texas trilogy, and a challenging one, as well. So many terrific things are happening–my self-conferred new name, Lindarella, really fits. (Well, except for the Prince, and I’d rather have a cowboy.) Do glass slippers (boots?) come in size 8 and 1/2?

:)

I’m just silly today. Bear with me, please.

My computer ate 5 pages of “Austin” the day before yesterday, and I’m still trying to find it. I went on from

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Mixed Bag

We’re on a good-weather roll here in Spokane. The sun is summer-bright this morning–hard to believe this is January.

I was feeling rocky yesterday, but I’m better today.

At least, I was, until I tuned in to the news. It’s usually my policy to stay silent on most issues, because convincing you of anything is not the reason I write this blog and surely not the reason you read it. But this one really broke my heart.

Another death related to cyber-bullying? Cruelty of this magnitude astounds me–what possesses people (mostly teenagers, but remember the mother posing as a boy

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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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