#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2009

At Last I Blog!

Who knew it would be so hard to get online in a hotel, when I’ve done it a thousand times before??? At last, I managed.

BEA (Book Expo America) has been exciting, glamorous, fun–and hard work.

I arrived on Thursday evening, and my wonderful editor, Joan Marlow Golan, was waiting here at my hotel to take me out for a lovely dinner at a wonderful restaurant called The Blue Fin. She had some great news for me, too–I have a little more time to finish “Tate”, and she loves what I’ve written so far. (I’m about halfway through the book.)

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New York, New York!

It’s a heck of a town. (The Bronx is up and the Bowery’s down.)

OK, got the old song out my system!

I leave tomorrow morning, early, so I don’t know if I’ll get a chance to blog again before I leave, but I will do my darnedest to blog while I’m there.

Today? Writing and packing. These Texas McKettricks are something else–I need to take extra B-12 just to keep up with them. :)

I managed to get a few licks of paint onto my whimsy-table–there’s a scene of houses and trees in the center, and I painted in the

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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