#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2007

A Horse Story

In my new book, the one I’m getting ready to write now (“The McKettrick Way”, Silhouette Special Edition, Dec. 2007), there is a wild horse. Justifiably afraid of humans, this animal avoids them at any cost. He is wounded and sick, half-starved and thirsty, frightened and rebellious. All attempts to round him up, so that he can be treated, properly fed and watered, and taught that all humans are not enemies, have failed.

Along comes our hero, Brad O’Ballivan (direct descendent of Sam and Maddie, of “The Man from Stone Creek”), who has been away from home for a long

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Preliminary Reports

Word has it that Larry Webster came through his twelve-hour surgery and the operation is considered a success. Recovery will be long and difficult–but there is every reason to hope.

I thought you’d want to know.

Thank you for your prayers and good thoughts. The Master truly was with Larry, and with Vicki, too, as He is with each of us in all our needs, great and small.

Meanwhile, I continue to spend longer and longer intervals in the Silence. Since I am a writer, and an avowed chatterbox, this is a real challenge for me. I still show up

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Though the term “stick ’em up” is widely used in Western films, it wasn’t actually coined until the 1930’s.