#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2011

Today’s the Day!

Today, I will draft the final chapter of “A Lawman’s Christmas”!  I am SO excited, though, as always, I will miss these characters.

As you can see, the blog is still in flux, where the template is concerned.  I’ll keep working on it.

We have lovely, lovely sunshine beaming down on us this spring morning.  I’m soaking it in, living in the moment.  And it’s a darn good moment, too.

I plan to celebrate completing my newest book by watching the half dozen movies I’ve saved up on my iPad, making runs to Hobby Lobby and the grocery store, and

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Sadie’s Blog

Mom asked me to fill in for her on the blog today and, trust me, without opposable thumbs, it’s no small feat. (Pun intended.) Anyway, she’s burning the midnight oil to finish “A Lawman’s Christmas”, so I’m elected.


By the way, Mom has had me on a diet for two years. Send food. Beggin’ Strips are my favorite, but I love pizza, T-bone steak, whatever you have handy. Just pop it in the mail to Chubby Beagle Relief, P.O. Box ARF, Spokane, WA. And, please, don’t mention this to my mom.


As she would probably say, that’s the news from

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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