#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2006

The Hardest Part of This Move Is…

Being separated from my dogs. Yes, I certainly miss the cats, too, but they’re independent creatures, and do not love me in the same way Sadie and Bernice do.

My pets are in loving hands. They will be with me, on the Triple L, very soon. But the separation is hard, and it requires a lot of prayer.

This morning, in my devotional time, it came to me that I would like to become the person Sadie and Bernice see when they look at me. They love me unconditionally. They always greet me with tail-wagging joy, whether I have been

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Back in the City of My Birth

I am sitting in the kitchen of my new house, on the land that will become the Triple L. (That stands for Linda Lee Lael, my original name.)

It’s a beautiful place, and somewhat like camping out, since none of the furniture has arrived. Most importantly, my dogs and cats haven’t arrived–and without them, I’m just not myself. They will be here soon, though, and it will be a mother-and-dog (and cat) reunion. I feel joy just thinking about it.

In the meantime, I’m writing “McKettrick’s Luck”, the first in the new series for HQN. This is the story of

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The Pony Express carried almost 35,000 pieces of mail over more than 650,000 miles during those nineteen months and lost only one mail sack.