#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2006

From the Lake House!

I just spent my first night at Sanctuary, my lake retreat. Sadie and Bernice are still adjusting, and sticking pretty close.

I plan to work on a book today, and frankly, I’m still coming down from seeing the wonderful production of my Lifetime TV movie, “Last Chance Cafe”. For those of you who missed the Monday night premiere, it will be on again on November 19. There is a DVD in the works, as I understand it, but I don’t know when that will be available. Be sure to watch the website and this blog for developing stories.

We had

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I thought “Last Chance Cafe” was a slam-dunk winner, though of course I may be prejudiced!

Kudos to:

Josanne Lovick, a force of nature, and the person who brought this project from conception to airtime. You are a champ!

Kevin Sorbo: Honey, you are easy on the eyes, and you SO nailed Chance. Watching you, I believed you were Chance. (And you were right about the hat.)

Kate Vernon: You did a fabulous job as Hallie! Thank you!

Samantha Ferris: Your performance as Madge was letter-perfect.

Pam Wallace: screenwriter extraordinaire, co-author of “Witness”, what an honor to have you adapt

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The term “keep your ear to the ground” comes from literally putting an ear to the ground to listen for hoof beats.