#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2007

Changes of Plan

Well, i’m still at the main house. I had a very productive writing day yesterday, so decided to stay put, as I am so close to finishing this book. It seems the lake is more conducive to resting than working, at least in the middle of a manuscript. :)

As I worked, I was so caught up in the story–I see it unfolding in my head, rather like a movie–that when I looked up, I was startled to see snowflakes swirling outside! April 2, and it was snowing!

Well, I’d better get back to it.

More tomorrow.

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Situation: Normal

Home again, at the main house, briefly. I have some mail to take care of, etc. Will write a chapter today, then head back out to the lake tonight.

The floors are finished, and are they ever beautiful. Looks like a basketball court–now to put hoops at each end of the downstairs hallway. The trouble with renovations is that they always highlight other projects that ought to be done. Maybe those people on TV would like to do a show here. :) Except for Bernice hanging off the cameraman’s ankle, it should go smoothly.

The construction of the Actual Barn starts

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