#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2014

OK. I’m pretty sure I’m back for real this time….

This blog entry will probably be something of a hodgepodge, so I hope you’ll bear with me.  So much has happened over the last few weeks, and I must admit, I’m still reeling a little. 

Last week’s prize winners are Linda Lattin and Shirley Meyle.  My sincerest congratulations to both of you. 

Since this is Monday, a new contest begins today.  All you need to do is comment, as usual.

My last blog was supposed to have photographs in it–one of Aunt Billie, riding a horse at 94, and one of my late kitty, ChaCha, who died very suddenly, only

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That was the week that was….

My beloved cat, Cha Cha, passed away suddenly from an undiagnosed case of diabetes, the day after we lost Aunt Billie.  She was 12 years old and one of my dearest companions.  I was with her at the end, petting her and telling her everything would be okay, when she fell asleep. 

I will be writing more about Cha Cha (called Chachie) and Aunt Billie over coming days and weeks, but at the moment, it’s about all I can do to tell you about these losses.

On a more positive note, our little guy, Gibson Grady Drew, is definitely holding

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