#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for March, 2008


When my daughter hurts, I hurt. All you moms and dads out there know what I’m talking about.

Over Easter weekend, Wendy and Jeremy were forced to put their beloved 11 year old dog, Bailey, to sleep, due to multiple problems, including old age and undiagnosed diabetes. He was a big dog, with a broad smile and a beautiful whitish coat. He stood by Wendy through thick and thin, in the singularly devoted way dogs do–we always thought Bailey knew he’d been rescued, and he was clearly grateful. I vividly recall the day Wendy brought him, as a frisky puppy,

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More Than Words

I’ve been in Toronto, participating in Harlequin’s annual More Than Words celebration. This accounts for my absence from the blog for a few days–did you miss me?

More Than Words, for those of you who haven’t heard about this wonderful program, honors five women each year for the contributions they’ve made through their own singular charities. Each winner receives $10,000 from Harlequin for their projects, and writers are assigned to write stories inspired by one of the winners. Mine was Jeanne Greenberg, who, along with her wonderful husband, Syd, started SARI–a theraputic riding program for children facing challenges of all

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.