#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2009

Greetings from….

The coffee shop at Cheyenne Regional Airport!

Gosh, I’m sorry to be leaving this windy, snowy town. I made some new friends here, and felt right at home. Joanne Kennedy was my able escort, getting me to the TV station by 6 o’clock yesterday morning! Later, we stopped by her house, so I could meet her dogs, Taz and Libby. What a kick–and I needed some dog time, since I miss mine so much. Taz is a big guy, rescued from the pound, with Scooby-do ears and the sweetest temperament. Libby is a Jack Russell, and she made me laugh

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The Finish Line!

It’s still dark, but I just finished “A Creed Country Christmas” and sent it off to my editor via email. Phew! I’ll be leaving for the airport in a little under two hours, and I haven’t packed a thing, so this is going to be short.

First stop, Cheyenne, Wyoming. I hear it’s six degrees below there. Yikes. I have a feeling Spokane is going to seem almost tropical when I get back home to the ranch! I wind up the tour in San Antonio, one of my all-time favorite places–Riverwalk and Alamo, here I come!–so maybe that Texas sun

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In the old times sometimes cowboys referred to beans as “Deceitful Beans” because they talked behind your back.