Linda Lael Miller Guest Post and Give@way

Big Sky Mountain excerpt:
The next hour was taken up with getting ready, coming and going, table-setting and a lot of companionable, lighthearted chatter. Slade returned from the barn as he’d promised and, after washing up in a downstairs bathroom, made the whole crew promise not to pester Hutch with questions about the interrupted wedding.
As if, Kendra thought. She probably wouldn’t say more than a few polite words to the man. If she spoke to him at all.
She felt strong, confident, ready for anything.
Until he actually walked into the ranch house kitchen, that is.
Seeing her, he tightened his jaw and shot an accusatory glance in his half-brother’s direction.
“Didn’t I mention that Kendra’s here?” Slade asked, breaking the brief, pulsing silence. There was a smile in his voice, though his blue eyes conveyed nothing but innocent concern.

Would you ever revisit some of the other genres you have written (paranormal, thriller, contemporary, historical)?
 I would definitely revisit those other genres—on one condition.  I would have to have a really, REALLY good idea.  I still write historicals—my Christmas books, “A Lawman’s Christmas”, “A McKettrick Christmas”, etc., are always set in the late 19th or early 20th century.  Time travel has always intrigued me, and I’m asked virtually every day when and if there will be a new Mojo book.  The answer: Yes.  Eventually.  I enjoy reading short stories and novellas by my favorite authors as ebooks, and I’m considering doing more vampire and Mojo stories in that format, though right now, I’m truthfully too busy with current projects.  Also, it’s important to mention that I LOVE writing about sexy contemporary cowboys and their smart, spirited women.

Thanks to the fabulous people at BookTrib, I have one copy of Big Sky Mountain to give away to a lucky reader. This giveaway is open to US/Canada only. You must be at least 13 years old to enter. Please fill out the rafflecopter form below. Check out the book tour for more chances to win some awesome prizes:

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  1. emily boivin onealAugust 30, 2012 at 8:46 AM

    i just became a fan of your books, so i would love to win the contest.

  2. I read a couple of your books and enjoyed it immensely.


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