#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2006

What a trip!

First, I flew to Buffalo, New York, to sign copies of “Deadly Gamble” at Harlequin’s wonderful distribution center. As usual, I was treated like a queen! Special thanks to Laura Wiltse, who facilitated everything and made the hard work a delight, and to John Reindl, the manager. To KO, Marleah and Sarah: it meant the world to me when you showed up to have lunch with us!

From Buffalo, it was on to South Bend, by way of Chicago. I should have known there would be problems when my plane was late leaving Buffalo–by the time I got to Chicago,

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The plumber is coming today. The hot water dispensor will finally work! Yea!

I’m writing Chapter 5 of “Deadly Deceptions”, the second Mojo book. It’s an amazing experience–what an adventure! (I get the fun and excitement; Mojo gets the real danger.)

And I found a wonderful little book at Wal-Mart over the weekend. It’s called “God’s Creative Power”, and it was written by Charles Capps. Although I have been a Christian since I was ten years old, I received some powerful insights reading this. If your prayers have been bouncing off the ceiling lately, read it.

In the meantime, don’t

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.