#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2004

Raining in Arizona

While I wasn’t looking, some cosmic trickster teleported me back to Seattle. It’s raining like crazy.

I have a cozy fire going, and I’m trying to look at the weather as a blessing. The desert is so thirsty.

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Plenty to be thankful for

As Thanksgiving approaches, I think of all I have to be grateful for–health, personal freedom, loved ones–furry and human–my wonderful Arizona home. Too many things to list!

And I’m grateful for YOU, my readers. You have blessed me in so many ways. Thank you for your continued loyalty. The third McKettrick book, Jeb’s story, called “Secondhand Bride”, will be available November 30. It will answer all the questions raised in the previous two books and prepare you for the fourth–“McKettrick’s Choice”, coming next June.

There’s a place for you around the McKettricks’ kitchen table. You’re family.

Come on in. We’ve

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.