Mojo/4 and final

Thursday, Oct 19

I’ve enjoyed writing this blog, but frankly, I’ll be glad to turn it back over to Linda. She’s not very good at technical things, but I’m even worse. So I’ll concentate on fighting crime and not joining the ghost-brigade before my time, and let her do this.

She’s going to California tomorrow, to speak at the LaJolla Writers’ Conference, and next week, she’s only home on Monday. She has a meeting with the Humane Society of the United States, to discuss being some kind of spokesperson, and that’s something I can really get behind, because I love animals as much as Linda does. In fact, I can’t wait for you to meet my basset hound buddy, Russell, in “Deadly Gamble”, and my cat, Chester.

It seems to me that if everybody was as genuine and affectionate as your average dog, and as self-possessed and dignified as your average cat, it would be a better world.

Check back often. Linda will have lots to tell you–about her meeting in Washington, D.C. with HSUS, upcoming projects, the Lifetime movie, “The Last Chance Cafe”, starring that hot Kevin Sorbo (November 13), a great new contest that will give you a chance to show off your pets, and the lake house, which she has decided to call Sanctuary, instead of Primrose Cottage. (No way anybody’s going to see THAT place as a cottage–it has a pool, for pete’s sake!) Sure beats my little apartment over Bad-Ass Bert’s Biker Saloon, I can tell you that. Not that I’m complaining. Whenever Linda is writing a Mojo book, I’ll be around, probably lounging by the pool. (I will say I look a lot better in a swimming suit than she does. I’m eternally 28, remember. She’s 57 and movin’ on.)

See you soon. In fact, let’s meet on Page 1 of “Deadly Gamble”, which will be in the stores October 24. If you’re game, we’ll share some hair-raising adventure, a few laughs, and a lot of red-hot romance. (Tucker had better watch it. That Kevin Sorbo is seriously cute.)

About Linda

The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.

Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.

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