#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2006

Toronto

Early tomorrow morning, I’ll be off on another trip–this time, to Toronto, for meetings with my wonderful publishers. I’ll be back on the blog next Monday morning.

My iPod is loaded.

My dog is on the mend.

My head is brimming with story ideas.

It’s all good.

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Me and My iPod

It’s love.
Wild, passionate, LOVE.
I picked up an iPod at Costco and, though I am famous for being a techno-phobe, I’ve learned to download songs and books into this marvelous little machine.
Music stirs me–especially my favorites–and makes me want to write and write and then write some more!
What do I love?
“One of These Days”, by Emmilou Harris.
“The Cowboy in the Continental Suit”, by Marty Robbins. (This song inspired the rodeo scene in “Secondhand Bride”, and just listening to it makes me want to write that next western immediately!)
ANYTHING by Johnny Cash.
“Coat of Many

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