#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Late Again

I’m sure holding up the show on that snowed-in train caught between Flagstaff and Indian Rock, that’s for sure. Lizzie McKettrick will have an accounting when I get there, I promise you. :) (A McKettrick Christmas, hardcover, I’ll let you know the release date.) Also, the first McKettrick books, High Country Bride, Shotgun Bride and Secondhand Bride will be re-released by Pocket Books in November of 08.

The bug is still holding on a little, but I did manage to slither out of its grasp for a few hours yesterday afternoon, after seeing my doctor for a pre-op visit. I went to the casino, of course, and came out $500 ahead. Yeehaw!

And speaking of casinos! I get to go to Las Vegas in December for the National Finals Rodeo. I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am. The best seats in the house have Wranglers on them, if you know what I mean. I’ll be playing slots and running with a cowboy crowd–my favorite kind of outfit.

Toward the end of October, my friend and publicist, Nancy Berland, is coming out from Oklahoma to get some video of me with the horses–on April–out at the lake house, etc. We’ll have film up on the website soon after that. (Warning: I’m not as skinny as I look in my publicity pictures.)

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