#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2006

The Weekend

I had a great time in Silverdale and Seattle this weekend. I spoke and signed books at the beautiful new Barnes and Noble book store in Silverdale’s Kitsap Mall, and got to see my good friend, Ruthanne Devlin, all too briefly.

When the event was over, I was whisked back to Seattle in a lovely Lincoln, driven by Damian, who owns and operates the Galaxy limousine company and has driven such notables as Debbie Macomber, and put up at the beautiful Fairmont Olympic Hotel. I had time to hike down to visit Chico’s and Coldwater Creek, two of my favorite

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Kevin as Chance

I’m still thinking about the movie, as you can see. Who could blame me?

All the actors in “Last Chance Cafe” did a truly marvelous job. Kevin’s performance, however, particularly moved me–and not just because he’s cute. (Which, of course, he IS.) Kevin actually read the book, and he’s a talented and very professional actor, it goes without saying. But I believe he captured Chance so well because he’s like Chance. He’s a committed family man, with a beautiful wife and children. He’s down-to-earth, intelligent, funny, and soft-spoken. These are just things I gathered about him during a very brief

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