#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for March, 2007

Making Progress–I Think!

Wow. I spent yesterday trying to catch up, and it seems I just got further behind. Nothing to do but suit-up and show-up, I guess.

“McKettrick’s Pride” is out there, and it’s selling like crazy–even better than “McKettrick’s Luck”, which is still very strong. My thanks to all of you for helping to make that happen.

The dogs are sticking close. Bernice follows me from room to room, just in case I try to make a break for it when she’s not looking and hit the road again. I love being on the road, but always miss my animals so

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Home Again–For a While

It was a mother and dog reunion, when I got home late last night. Sadie and Bernice practically turned inside out with delight–I can’t think of anybody who has ever been as glad to see me as those two.

The California tour was wonderfully hectic–I met a lot of nice people, got the star treatment, and even worked in a trip to a fabulous bead store in San Diego, called the Bead Gallery. While there, I got the news that “McKettrick’s Luck” was on the New York Times bestseller list for the 4th week in a row–#11 this time!


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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.