#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2010

There’s a Lot to Love About Tuesday

Here are some things I love about the second day of the work week:

1. “That’s Clever” records on my Tivo. :) There are SO not enough arts and craft shows on TV. Now that Carol Duvall is gone, it’s a pretty barren landscape. What’s that about, DIY and HGTV? There are one or two viewers out here who are not renovating an old house to “flip”, you know.

2. New books and DVDs are released on Tuesdays. “Willow”, for instance. :)

3. Having started a new writing week on Monday, I’m usually rolling by Tuesday. I love the new office–and the

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Willow Etc.

Tomorrow, one of my early books, “Willow”, comes out with a new cover and some updating and revision. It’s essentially the same story, but longer and more in depth.

On the home front, I’m learning to take my blood pressure every morning. And I’m a wimp–it hurts. Sometimes, though, a cowgirl’s got to just tough-up, as my dad would have said. :)

I had a very relaxing weekend. Mostly, I played with my art supplies, but I confess I did play a few slots over at Northern Quest, too.

Today will be a writing day.

Looking forward to the annual Lael

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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