#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2010

Hello, Monday Morning

We’re having another overcast day here in Spokane, but I don’t mind. It’s the kind of day when one might put a pot of split pea soup on the stove, light the fireplace, and give thanks for warmth and shelter and plenty (often too much) to eat. The dogs are snoozing, having had their breakfast, and the cats have retired to some remote part of the house to plot kitty mischief. They love to bring me presents in the night–I often awaken to find a packet of stickers or buttons or some other small item from the craft room (two

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Friday Again?

I started the new book yesterday! YES. “Creed’s Honor” is underway, and I will be forging on.

There was a blog clog yesterday–between the excitement of starting another story and a fairly routine doctor’s appointment, I just plain spaced it out.

I’m having a ball making Halloween themed ATCs (artist trading cards)–it’s lots of fun. I’m in a big trade, the 20 card mega-trade on Swapbot, and I’ve been working on those cards in my spare time for days. I started by cutting 20 pieces of that faux-tin-tile wallpaper I found on eBay, and gluing it down to the cards,

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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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