#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2013

Halle-freakin’-lujah!

I TRIED to blog the whole time I was in California, and every day after that–and Word Press would not let me on the site.  Frustration city!  Evidently, somebody tried to hack this page, but for now, the problems have been dealt with.  YES!  (I have Jen and the IT people at Harlequin to thank for this–so THANK YOU.)  It really bothers me if I can’t blog.

The winery tour and party were both fantastic.  There are photos on Facebook–these shots will be the “Before” shots after I’ve reached goal in Weight Watchers, let me tell you–and except for the

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Oops! and other stream of consciousness stuff….

I made a mistake when crediting the author of “The Wrong Girl”–the book was written by Hank Phillippi Ryan, not Ms. French.  I have another of her novels on my iPod, hence the confusion.  Writing a book is hard work, obviously, and the writer generally sweats blood–a little or a lot, depending–during the creative process.  Mr. Ryan, my sincere apologies.  (Maybe you’ll feel better when I say the story was action-packed, well-written, and completely engaging.  :) I truly cared about the characters; especially Jake and Janie.  Oh, and the stray kitten was a nice touch, too.) 

I’m off to California tomorrow,

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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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