#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


AT LAST!

I’ve been trying to blog for several days, with no success.  I was really getting worried that you’d all think I just up and vanished, and I’m right here.  We’re making some changes, with the new website coming up soon, and I sure hope you’ll all stick with us until we iron out the rough spots. 

Right now, you can find me on Facebook by going to the “Official Linda Lael Miller” page–pics of the animals are posted there, and we’ll be adding fun stuff right along, so I hope you’ll stay tuned.

You’ll always be able to find my blog by going to http://www.lindalaelmiller.com/, but there’ll be a short transition period between the old website and the new, and I don’t want to lose a single one of you along the way.

What I’ve been doing while I was invisible:
Walking Bernice and myself.
Writing the new book–which I LOVE.
Not much else.  :)

Thanks for hanging in.  More tomorrow, if Blogger doesn’t go all weird on me again.

3 comments to “AT LAST!”

  1. Sharon S.
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      · February 24th, 2012 at 6:16 pm · Link

    Welcome Back! We've missed you. Looking forward to the new stuff.

    Linda, can you tell me how you come up with your characters' names? I'm really interested to see your thought process.

    Thanks.



  2. Linda Lael Miller
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      · February 28th, 2012 at 6:02 pm · Link

    Hi, Sharon. Character names are, not surprisingly, vitally important. My cousin Mary Ann comes up with lots of the solid cowboy names I use, like Logan and Slade. I also own dozens of baby name books, and I listen for them everywhere. Hope that answers your question, and thanks for asking.



  3. Ruth Doles
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      · October 9th, 2014 at 4:53 am · Link

    Will you bring back The Last Chance Cafe



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