#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2011

Zounds, Batman! (And other random exclamations)

I started this fine new Monday by forgetting something important, right off the bat.  Hope that doesn’t mean the rest of the day will go the same way.  :) 

On another subject, today is Thanksgiving in Canada.  I think that is so smart–holding this particular holiday earlier.  Ours is much too close to Christmas–one has barely assimilated one turkey dinner with all the trimmings, when it is suddenly time to have another.  The time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is hectic, even frenzied, for so many.   

Columbus Day, on the other hand.  I don’t really see the point in that at

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And Here It Is Again–Friday!

No, really.  Isn’t every day a Friday?  It seems that way to me sometimes.  :)

The salmon, spinach and single glass of wine I had for dinner last night were delicious.  Okay–the wine, not so much–that tasted a little on the vinegary side.  Maybe I’m losing my taste for the stuff–but I’ll always love coffee.  :)  And tea.

Plans for today include a telephone interview promoting “A Lawman’s Christmas” and assembling a week’s worth of notes into a working outline of “Big Sky Mountain.”  We are being blessed with more rain–I’m sure we need it–so I may be called upon to

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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.