#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2010

Go Figure

Woke up to rain and a heavy, gloomy sky, but now the sun is peeking through in brilliant flashes of light. Good writing weather, either way.

Last week, “Tate” was #18 on the New York Times list, this week, it bounced back up to #12. This has been one wild, wonderful ride, and I so appreciate all of you taking to my cowboys the way you have.

I will be finishing “Austin” today and tomorrow. I’m thrilled, and I’m sad.

Go figure.

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Yep, it’s February all right!

Snow! Yesterday, the weather was glorious, summer-bright. This morning, when Sadie-beagle and I made our normal trek to the backyard, the flakes were coming down fast and furious. She was feeling a little off, so I picked some grass for her and she nibbled a few bites and drank some water. She’s snoozing now, and since her nose is cold and her eyes are bright, I think she’s okay.

According to the weatherman, the snow won’t stick. However it turns out, the stuff is beautiful, and I’m enjoying it. Of course, I don’t have to commute, and that makes a

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The Pony Express carried almost 35,000 pieces of mail over more than 650,000 miles during those nineteen months and lost only one mail sack.

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