#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2010

Friday? Really????

How can it be Friday already? That’s ridiculous–five minutes ago, it was Monday!

Time really DOES fly when you’re having fun, and that’s exactly what’s happening with the new book, “Creed’s Honor”. I enjoy writing all my books, of course, but these identical cowboy twins are a real kick.

I’m planning to write through the weekend, but I’ve got something terrific planned for Saturday evening. I’ll tell you all about it on Monday. (Hint: It’s NOT a date, but I do have to dress up.)

It’s another gorgeous fall day here in Spokane. We’re expecting a rainy weekend, but that’s

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Foggy Blog

There’s fog in the draw this morning–the trees look wonderfully ghost-like, the tips rising out of a pool of white. Today will be sunny, though, and the sun is already shining. What a beautiful planet this is.

I’ve booked my tickets to fly to California for Christmas and I am already excited. Chris the Dog Nanny will be here to take care of the housepets while I’m gone. I love spending time with my daughter and future son-in-law, Jeremy. Last year, we went to Disneyland, and I hope we can do that again. I am still a kid at heart.

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.