#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The McKettrick Way

The book is doing great, right out of the chute, as they say in rodeo! I’m so pleased.

I’m already getting letters asking if I’ll be telling the story of the intriguing cowboy who appears at the very end. The answer is: YES! Since I don’t want to give away too much, as some of you are still reading, that’s all I want to say for now.

I’m nearly finished with “A Stone Creek Christmas”, next year’s Silhouette Special Edition, scheduled for December, and this book is a real kick. I’m having SO much fun with Olivia O’Ballivan, Tanner Quinn (be still my beating heart, what a hunk!) and Tanner’s engaging young daughter, Sophie. There are some very special animal characters, too, of course–a lonely pony, a talking dog, and a lost reindeer.

We’ve made the selections for the 2007 scholarship winners, and they’ll be announced soon. If you won, my congratulations. You had some very tough competition! If you didn’t, don’t despair. We’ll be starting a whole new round soon.

And now back to Stone Creek….

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