#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2005

Deadly Gamble

I am loving writing this new book! It’s called “Deadly Gamble”, and it’s the first of the new romantic suspense series I’m doing for HQN. I can barely keep up with the heroine–Mojo Sheepshanks is a real pistol, to say the least. And her man, Tucker Darroch, ain’t bad, either.

I invariably fall in love with my heroes, but I’m fickle. Gotta admit it. I’m still madly in love with Sam O’Ballivan, of “The Man from Stone Creek” fame, and I can’t wait to share that book with you.

It’s Friday, and I’m looking forward to the weekend. I’d like

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Linda Recommends a Book

I am always recommending books. Sometimes, people actually read them. :)
Today’s offering is “The 15-Second Principle”, by Al Secunda. You will probably have to get it from Amazon, or from Al’s website.
I’m only up to chapter 3, and I see that this thing has some insights I can really use. Down to earth, practical stuff for getting past those barriers we often erect for ourselves. Stories and illustrations that any person as dedicated to “Complete Idiot’s Guides” as I am can totally understand and implement. I mean, who doesn’t have 15 seconds to spare?
The content is marvelous–no fluff

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