#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2008

Books, Books, and More Books

The boxes of books I shipped to myself from Manassas have arrived. One of them is so heavy, I couldn’t even drag it over the threshold. :) I am especially excited about the fold-out timeline I bought in one of the Park Service gift shops–they’ve all run together now, so I couldn’t tell you which one. Good thing I faithfully labeled my battlefield pictures every night in the hotel room–no small feat since I was exhausted by a twelve-hour march. :)

I am super-eager to delve in, but right now, I’m reading the new Stephanie Plum book, “Fearless Fourteen”. I’m a major

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Birds Singing Up the Sun

The sun is just tinting the eastern hills a soft, pinkish apricot–with a lot of happy encouragement from the birds. I do love these early mornings, and I love being at home, with my dogs and cats and horses, and a new book waiting to be written.

Today, I will draft the first chapter of “Tyler”, the third story in the Montana Creeds trilogy, which will be published under the Fabulous Harlequin’s HQN imprint in February, March and April of 09. They’re paperback originals, too. Gotta keep that cowgirl budget in mind. Wait till you see these covers–and until you

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