#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for August, 2009

Back in the Real World

Temporarily!

I finished the revisions on “Tate” over the weekend, and pretty much did nothing else. The book has gone to my editor–PHEW–and now she will do her magic.

Today, it’s on with “Garrett”, the second Texas McKettrick, and Tate’s brother.

I’m not sure about the weather–it’s cloudy today, might rain. I watered my deck garden anyway, because the tomatoes and dahlias especially seem to need a lot of water. My zinnias are going crazy, and so is my yellow rose bush. It’s just bursting with blossoms! I’ve learned lots of lessons in this my first year of gardening, the

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Blog Challenged AGAIN

Still?
I finally gave up on yesterday’s blog–it simply wouldn’t post, no matter what I did.
I am a persistent ole cowgirl, but I finally decided it just wasn’t meant to be.
I wanted to tell you that I finished “Tate” and I will be revising for the rest of the week, then starting on “Garrett” next Monday.
I took a mental health day yesterday–read, painted a little, and napped a LOT.
I read Jennifer Lauck’s wonderful memoir, “Blackbird” (about 5 years after the rest of the world!) and was so taken with it that I ordered her second book,

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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