#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2017

New Book Day and Why I Love Words

Tuesday is the day new books go on sale, whether audio, digital, or in print.  Little wonder, with my hunger for books, books and more books, that it’s my favorite.  (Well, okay, tied with the other six, which all have engaging qualities of their own.)  I mostly buy audiobooks these days, as I’ve mentioned, and this week, I’ve discovered a new (to me) author, Elizabeth Berg.  I know, I know–she’s hugely popular, an Oprah’s Book Club veteran, but somehow, I missed her.  Here’s how I got there: after listening to “The End of Your Life Book Club”, I was inspired

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Let It Snow

After all, it will anyway!

This week’s winners are Barbara Callahan and Sandy.  Congratulations to both of you.  

Each week, two winners are chosen at random from the comments,  Each will be notified by Super Jen, announced on the blog, and presented with autographed copies of my most recent book.  I truly enjoy your comments, and I really hope you will enter.

I’m closing in on the ending of NORTH OF EDEN, and I’m sure glad these characters will appear in SOUTH OF GLORY, the next installment, because I would hate to let them go.  It’s strange how story people

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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