#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Horses Today?

Who knows? There’s some problem with the horse trailer at the boarding school, and the much-anticipated arrival of my valiant steeds is up in the air. If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s not to get excited over delays. This is the horse world for you. It’s enough to know there’s a fine place for Skye, Buck, Coco and Banjo–and soon April–to settle in for the duration.

Life continues to buzz along here at a low hum and a steady clip. Next week, while I’m away in Dallas at this year’s RWA conference, yet another hardwood floor will be installed. Slowly, the house is coming together and, hectic as it is, that’s life in the thick of things. I’ve always liked being in the thick of things–this cowgirl doesn’t do well on the sidelines.

I’m seeing my new hardcover, A WANTED MAN, everywhere I go. The reviews are good. Have you read it yet?

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