#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2012

One day more!

Believe it or not, I am on the homestretch with “Big Sky Summer”, and it feels great!  (Even though I suffer from a form of empty-nest syndrome when my characters leave home. :) )  I’ll be drafting the final chapter today, fleshing it out and giving it a polish tomorrow.  Then I plan to slow down a little, do some art, read or listen to books, shop a little, probably–but my mind is already way ahead of me, weaving the next story, “Big Sky Secrets”, so I’ll be brainstorming the outline through the week and starting the book next Monday.  Those

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Good morning, everybody!

Here are the winners for the Halloween memory contest:

Bonnie Wilson,  Rhonda Terstegge, and LaTasha Reed.  Zip me your snail mail addresses at llmfb@msn.com and we’ll send you each a signed book.  Enjoy!

Today is a writing day–you’ll remember, I was pooped on Monday, worn out by all that fun–and it looks as though, God willing, “Big Sky Summer” will be finished on Tuesday.   The next story to be released, last Tuesday in December, is “Big Sky River”, starring Boone Taylor and Tara Kendall, the chicken farmer.  I believe “Big Sky Summer” comes out in June, but watch this space

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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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