#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2007


Isn’t it wonderful when you reconnect with someone from your past? Last month, while doing a signing at the wonderful Barnes and Noble store in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, I noticed a familiar face. Lo and behold, it was my good friend, Cheri–I hadn’t seen her in an embarrassing number of years. Her lovely smile was still the same.

Back in the old days, neither Cheri nor I had the proverbial two nickels to rub together. We met at our daughters’ dance school in Bremerton, Washington, when they were hardly more than toddlers. We haunted the main library in Bremerton–checked out

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Ordinary Things

It’s nice and cool in Spokane–fall is definitely in the air. It’s time to put on a pot of bean soup, and I’ve even thought of lighting the fireplace. :) Like my mother, I am fond of a nice, crackling fire–one of the dozen-million things I love about this time of year.

Plans for today are pretty ordinary. I plan to finish Chapter 2 of “A McKettrick Christmas,” get a haircut, and ride April around the property. Although I’ve been extremely lucky at the casino lately, I’m a little burned out on that. I want to enjoy the scenery.

I love

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