#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2008

On My Way

I’m off on my Rustler Tour today–first stop, Portland, Oregon.

Since I’m running around doing last minute stuff, I will keep this short.

The sun is just peeking over the eastern hills as I write this, and Bernice, the Yorkie, who always seems to know when I’m going somewhere, has been sticking to me like gum on a shoe. If she had her way, I’d be a hermit! :) Knowing all the critters will be taken care of by the ‘ranch hands’, Jenni, Larry and Mary Ann, I can concentrate on business (and fun) without worrying.

I still have to get

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It’s a Wrap

Today, and it seems like a wholesale miracle, I will finish “The Bridegroom”. I’m of two minds about this, as I explained yesterday. Naturally, I get very deeply involved in my books, and my characters are Real People to me. So while I have a tremendous sense of accomplishment, I’m also a little blue.

I leave on my Rustler tour tomorrow, and that is REALLY going to be fun. I love meeting my readers, doing interviews, traveling from one city to another. (There’s a bit of the gypsy in me.) At least, I love it For A While–when it’s time

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.