#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2016

Hello, Again!

First things first: today a new contest begins, right here on the blog.  2 winners will be chosen at random, from those who post a comment.  Each will receive an autographed copy of ONCE A RANCHER, after being notified by Super Jen.  Winners will be announced one week from today–watch this space!

Books, books, books!  I’ve been writing them, reading them, listening to them.  I can’t seem to get enough words–in fact, I’m surprised I don’t eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  That would surely help me in my ongoing Weight Watchers adventure.  :)  

What I’ve been writing: my long

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Alive and Well in Spokane, Washington

Not that you’d know that from my sketchy blog history this summer!

I’m just back from a quick trip to San Francisco with my BFF, Debbie Macomber.  It was short but sweet!

The adventure began at Seattle’s Safeco Field, where the legendary Seahawk, Richard Sherman, held his annual charity softball game.  Richard believes in giving back, and his fellow players stepped up to help, drawing thousands of fans.  In fact, some 20,000 tickets were sold, with all the profits going toward education.  This country girl was gob-smacked to sit in a suite, meet the players, and snap a few photos

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.

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