#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2005

Quiet day at Springwater Station

Thank heaven!
Today, I’m planning to enjoy being home. Just being.
I’m going to read through the manuscript of my next historical, The Man from Stone Creek, which is about three-quarters of the way done, and brainstorm the big finale. Tonight, I have school, and my homework is done, so I can breathe easy.
There are peonies on sale at my local Safeway. Few things stir my heart more than a fat, pink peony. Maybe I’ll buy some today.
Early reports on McKettrick’s Choice are very encouraging. I’ve seen your e-comments, and I appreciate them. Thank you for buying

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Back from Book Expo America!

Phew! What a trip THAT was!
I got the star treatment all the way, from my wonderful new publisher, HQN, aka Harlequin. (They really ARE romance.)
I hit the ground running Wednesday night, dropped my bags off at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square, and grabbed a taxi for a fabulous restaurant called Beacon, where I met with Leslee Borger and Dietrich Nelson, movers and shakers in Truth Be Told, the fabulous PR firm Harlequin hired to make me a star. :) My agent, Irene Goodman, was there, too, and a good time was had by all.
Up bright and early

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Texas was the most active gunfighting state, with some 160 shoot-outs from the 1850’s through the 1890’s.