#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2015

Lock-picking Horse and/or Bananas vs. Crackers

This afternoon when my now 15-year-old Yorkie, Bernice, (yesterday was her birthday) were out for our walk, we stopped to watch with amused interest while Banjo, one of my horses, tried to pick the lock on one of the stall doors.  Although supper time was a ways off–and he has, after all, access to 10 acres of grass–he’d apparently decided it was time to retire for the evening.  :)  No doubt he was hoping to find some sweet feed in his feeder, silly horse.  Some things run in families, even equine families–we nicknamed Banjo’s big sister, Skye, “Houdini” a long time

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All about “Interlude”

As promised, here’s some information on the novella I wrote, called, “Interlude”.  My heartfelt thanks and admiration goes out to Brenda Novak, aka Superwoman, who organized this fantastic project and is overseeing it almost single-handedly.  People like Brenda make a real difference, and I’m so proud to be a small part of a truly magnificent effort.

Here’s your chance to do some genuine good in the world AND enjoy a wide variety of great stories by some of the best writers around.

My own story will appear in SWEET TALK, a limited edition, digital only boxed set, for just $9.99–about

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.