Join us for an exclusive LIVE VIDEO EVENT from Las Vegas with #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author & Harlequin’s “First Lady of the West” LINDA LAEL MILLER!
Where: Harlequin Facebook Livestream: http://on.fb.me/tuUiVn
When: Dec 6th at 3pm ET / 12 pm ET
LINDA WILL TALK ABOUT:
Release of Big Sky Country, new series coming in 2012!
Creeds, McKettricks, and a fan Q&A
EXCITING EXCLUSIVES & GIVEAWAY:
Cowboys in Love: Big Sky Country behind the scenes COVER SHOOT Video
Exclusive Montana Creeds download
Linda will sign on screen and giveaway LIVE one of her Christmas books!
Do you have a burning question for Linda? Send them to us before Monday Dec. 6th at 9:00AM EST through: Twitter using the hashtag #HarlequinLive, Harlequin Facebook or in a comment on this blog post. Linda Lael Miller fans really shouldn’t miss this event, but if you can’t make it we do keep the full livestream video on the Facebook page.
To celebrate this event, all print and ebooks in Linda Lael Miller’s Montana Creeds Series are 10% off on Harlequin.com! Use Promo Code: HARLIVE3 (valid Dec 1 – Dec 31)
HERE IS A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM LINDA LAEL MILLER:
Yeehaw! It’s rodeo time again—and I’m talking about the BIG rodeo here, folks—the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, held every year in early December. I always look forward to the event—but this year, it’s going to be even more exciting than usual. I’ll be on the Flint Rasmussen Show—Flint is a former rodeo clown (they’re called bull-fighters now), a major radio personality, and one of my favorite people. He’s from my mom’s hometown, Choteau, Montana, which practically makes him kin. My fabulous Harlequin family has teamed up with Caesar’s Entertainment for some special appearances and signings at the Paris casino and, of course, there’s the rodeo itself—my favorite event being the bull-riding, since my dad was a bull-rider, back in the day. A cowboy has to be real brave—or real crazy—to ride these enormous critters and live to tell the story.
Cowboy Christmas, a huge trade show, is a highlight for me, too. They sell everything there, from custom saddles and other tack to boots and purses and vests and jewelry. Be still my beating heart!
Wendy, my daughter, and Jeremy, her future husband, will be joining me for part of the visit, and my cousin Lee and his wife Margie will be there, too—they’re coming all the way from Prince George, B.C.
Why do I love the rodeo so much? Because it represents the Western way of life, and I’m all about that. I love the excitement and the fireworks and the gathering of thousands of good, salt-of-the-earth people under one roof, especially when they sing the National Anthem. I love that cowboys are “tough enough to wear pink” one day of the rodeo—and they all do—to promote a cure for breast cancer.
Heck, I just plain love cowboys, period. And there’ll be a lot of hat at the NFR, as we country types say.
I’ll be doing a live online interview from Las Vegas, in hopes of sharing as much of the experience with all of you as possible, and I’ll be blogging right along, too, and posting pictures to Twitter and Facebook as well as the blog.
If you’re going to be in town for the festivities, so much the better. Be sure to come on up to me and say howdy!