#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2006

More Than Words

I’m honored to be writing a story for Harlequin’s wonderful ‘More Than Words’ program.

Here’s how it works: Harlequin runs a big contest, looking for people who do some uncommon and innovative good in their community and, often, nationally and even internationally. Winners are chosen, and then a group of writers are assigned stories, inspired by the work those wonderful women do. Harlequin rewards each organization a sizable donation. I am privileged to be patterning my story, “Queen of the Rodeo”, after Jeanne Greenberg, who started an organization called SARI, in memory of her daughter, of the same name. Sari

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I Believe…

That one night, two thousand years ago, a Great Light penetrated the darkness of sin and suffering and sorrow, and changed the fate of humankind forever.

That Jesus of Nazareth was and is this Light, and that all who turn to Him and speak an invitation will be transformed.

That when we “die”, we awaken, as one from a shallow, restless and troubling slumber, and say to Him, “I had the strangest dream…”

That Home is a place where there are no shelters, for human beings or for animals, because shelters are not needed. There is no war, no sickness,

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.