#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2014

Jing-jing-jingle!

Ah, yes.  Christmas Eve.  My very favorite day of the whole year!

The tree is lit, the carols are set to play, the fireplace to crackle.  We even got a little skiff of snow during the night, just to set the mood.  :)  For me, this is a magical day, full of happy memories.  Mom and Dad always made sure we had the BEST Christmases, their very limited budget notwithstanding.  Our handmade stockings bulged with goodies to delight the heart, and there was always an orange in the toe.  Mom and I would go to church on Christmas Eve, and when

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Greetings from the sunbelt

No, I’m not in Florida or California–I’m right at home in good ole Spokane, WA.  (For those of you who care, one way or the other, ‘Spokane’ is pronounced SPO-CAN, not SPO-CANE.  Just sayin’. :))  It’s definitely chilly outside, but the sun is shining, the sky is blue and Linda is a very happy camper.  Also, a grateful camper.

This week’s contest winners are: Rhonda Dickinson and Suzanne Mongan.  Congratulations, ladies–books in transit soon.  As always, there’s a new contest beginning today.  Enter a comment, and you’re automatically entered.  How easy is that?  :)  Two winners will be selected, notified and

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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