#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2010

Peonies Pop!

I have two lush peony blossoms in the kitchen as of this very moment. They smell heavenly. I am still having camera problems, but hang in there. I’m bound to figure it out pretty soon. :)

Are you getting tired of hearing me rave about the joy of writing “A Creed in Stone Creek”? I was just flying yesterday. I was right inside that story, practically living it right alongside the characters.

I love this job. :)

Free time was spent working on a new batch of ATCs for some online swaps. I had to drop out of a couple, because there

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I Think I’m in Love

With Steven Creed and the whole modern-day Stone Creek bunch, that is. :) I’m just having the best time writing this book. I know I keep saying that, but it’s true. I can’t seem to contain my delight in this whole magical process.

Still listening to the Churchill letters at night, on the iPod. Winston and Clementine–what a romance. They were so clearly in love, beginning to end, and Clementine is proof of the old saying that behind every great man is a woman. Winston, like many brilliant people, could be rash. He would outline some wild and sweeping political plan

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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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