#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2008

Better Rename This Place…

And call it the Lazy L! I was up half the night, listening to “A Wanted Man” on CD, and didn’t even get to this blog until this unGodly hour.

It isn’t as if I didn’t know how the book ends, for Pete’s sake, but I just kept putting in another CD and pushing the ‘play’ button. I guess it’s vanity, but I really enjoy hearing my own words read back to me, by actors and actresses. Go figure. Sadie and Bernice provided the background music–snoring.

Critics.

They’re everywhere.

Have a wonderful weekend.

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Sunrise

The sun is just about to peek over the eastern hills, beyond the draw. I love this time of the morning, when things are still quiet. We’ve got snow, with more predicted, and I imagine the horses are starting to stir around out in the barn, looking for breakfast. Sadie is snoring on her pink bed under my printer table, and Bernice is cozied up on my bed. The coffee’s on, and I’ve done my journaling.

Life is good.

I wrote the first chapter of “Logan’s Return” yesterday–and I love it. It’s going to be great, spending time with the

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.

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