#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2012

Hit the ground runnin’

As they say at the rodeo.  This is very good advice if an angry bull is chasing you.  :)

I was up VERY early this morning, putting the finishing touches on the outline for the new book, “Big Sky Summer”, which is Casey and Walker’s story.  I’ll start the actual book tomorrow, but I can already see the scenes as clearly in my head as if I were right there in the middle of things.

In the meantime, “An Outlaw’s Christmas”, a McKettrick story, will be released soon.  Those of you who have been asking about earlier characters, such as Katie

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Alive and well in Spokane, WA

I’ve just been brainstorming up a–well–storm.  :)  Unfortunately, that hasn’t left me much time for blogging or anything else.  “Big Sky Summer” will be a fantastic book to write and, I hope, to read–all kinds of ideas churning around in my brain. 

I didn’t sleep at all last night, and I mean, AT ALL.  I’m not sure why–I finally got up, made some tea and read half of a book by John Etheridge, called, “Waking the Dead”.  Excellent book.  I seem to be in search-mode when it comes to spirituality.  One thing about being awake in the middle of the

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

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