#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2008

What Snow?

I promised myself I wouldn’t mention it. :)

I was so full of great plans for yesterday. Here’s what actually happened: I hit the wall. Took a hot bath, smeared myself with Vicks (smells like love), put my pajamas right back on, and crawled into bed. I slept and slept. Fortunately, when I arose, I felt a lot better. I figure everything caught up with me, all at once. Down for the count. Sadie and Bernice were happy to keep me company–you’ve heard of Delta Force? Well, they’re Snuggle Force.

Our new stable hand, Jodi, is working out very well. She’s

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You’re probably getting bored with snow blogs. Still coming down, and a heap expected tomorrow. I sure am grateful that I work at home!

It’s summer in the book I’m writing–thank heavens. When I write, I’m right there with the characters, in the thick of things. This is mostly good. I live the story with the characters and that’s fine if they’re having fun. :) Lots of times, though, they’re not. They’re getting their hearts broken. They’re riding horses between Flagstaff and Stone Creek. They’re having major emotional confrontations. I go through all the same things with them, so by the

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.