#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2007

Weekend on a Snow-bound Train

That’s where I’ll be spending MY weekend–with Lizzie McKettrick and the man she’s going to marry. Lizzie’s in a big hurry to get home to the Triple M for Christmas, but one little thing got in her way. An avalanche. Few things interest me more than a McKettrick up against a big problem. They are innovative folk, those McKettricks.

My lovely editor, Joan Marlow Golan, who will soon be visiting for a couple of days, sent me the most marvelous book as a pre-hostess gift. It’s called “Women and Horses”, and it’s full of lovely illustrations. We DO seem to

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Late Again

I’m sure holding up the show on that snowed-in train caught between Flagstaff and Indian Rock, that’s for sure. Lizzie McKettrick will have an accounting when I get there, I promise you. :) (A McKettrick Christmas, hardcover, I’ll let you know the release date.) Also, the first McKettrick books, High Country Bride, Shotgun Bride and Secondhand Bride will be re-released by Pocket Books in November of 08.

The bug is still holding on a little, but I did manage to slither out of its grasp for a few hours yesterday afternoon, after seeing my doctor for a pre-op visit. I went

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Texas was the most active gunfighting state, with some 160 shoot-outs from the 1850’s through the 1890’s.