#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2017

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First, this week’s winners: Janet Hurt and Bonnie Kewitsch.  Each will receive an autographed book from yours truly.  There is also a new contest running; as usual, all you need to do is comment, and you’re entered.  Two winners will be chosen at random, notified, and announced on the blog.  

Some of you will recall my mentioning my goal of doing at least one new thing, large or small, for each month of the coming year.  I’ve set aside a special place in my bullet journal to record the results, and, so far anyway, I have one entry for January.  

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Snow? What snow? (And other stuff)

Oh, THAT snow!  It’s everywhere I look, deep and glittering in today’s welcome gift of sunshine.  Born in Spokane and raised 120 miles north, in–well–Northport, you’d think I’d be used to the white stuff.  However, after living in Arizona for 8 years, and on the coast for 20, I’m still adjusting to the weather.  What the heck.  It’s only been 11 years since I moved back!

Heartfelt thanks to all of you who sent condolences regarding the loss of my bossy kitty, Button.  Your words help a lot, and I know many of you have been down this road

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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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