#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
I Won!

Thank you for all your votes! “A Wanted Man” has been named the Best Western Romance of 2007 by the wonderful people at www.lovewesternromances.com!

I am so proud to have this award.

My monitor isn’t working on my main computer–frustration city. I’m hot and heavy into “Logan’s Return”, and can’t work on it until my tech guy rides to the rescue. Fortunately, Chris is on his way over.

We still have snow on the ground, but the sun is shining today. One of the many things I love about this part of Washington State–you can be in snow up to your saddle skirts, but the sun will shine just the same.

More tomorrow.

Paying the Price

I was up until almost 2 am finishing Sue Grafton’s new book, “T is for Trespass“. I’ve been reading the series since A–needless to say, I’m a major fan of both Grafton and Kinsey Millhone. So I woke up very late this morning, and I’m just getting to this blog now, fortified with a few cups of coffee. Thank heaven the Canadian Wrangler, Larry, is feeling better, and could go out and feed the horses.

My feet are snug–and brilliantly colorful–in my Hayseed rodeo clown socks. These babies are going on the road with me–sure would brighten up a hotel room.

I’ve booked my ticket to go and visit my baby girl in California February 4-10, so we can celebrate her birthday and just catch up on things. We’re juggling schedules around here like crazy! How do I do all this and still write so many books?

When I find out, I’ll let you know. :)

The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.