#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2010

Friday at Linda’s Kitchen Table

A beautiful bouquet arrived today, along with a bottle of champagne, from my lovely publishers, Harlequin. The occasion was the success of “Austin”. Needless to say, these people spoil me. As my mother would say, “I like that quality in a company.” :)

The d.i.e.t. news is good. 4.2 pounds this week. Yeehaw! (I try not to think about how far I still have to go.) I am going to be back in my skinny jeans by rodeo time. Period.

I’m working on revisions today and through the weekend–with intermittent art breaks thrown in for good measure. I’ve got a lot

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Today’s News from My Kitchen Table

Sorry about missing yesterday’s blog, but I have a good excuse. :) I went to a meeting about my mother’s care once she’s released from rehab. A real homebody, she’s working hard to go home, and she’s doing SO well. My mom is a real trouper, and that’s for sure.

Plans for today–gearing up to make a few changes in “A Creed in Stone Creek”, per my brilliant (and diplomatic) editor’s suggestions. :)

Making a bigger mess with my art supplies.

Welcoming the Banjo-man (horse) home from the veterinary hospital.

Watering my container garden, which is loving our 90 degree weather.

Sticking

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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