#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2010

Friday Rolls Around Again

It’s always Friday, it seems to me. Time just flies by these days.

We have a thin layer of snow on the ground here, the crunchy kind. The dogs and cats are still rather puzzled by it–I guess they don’t remember the winter of 08. :)

I’ll be continuing with CHAPTER ONE today. That one always takes longer than the others, since all the players need to be on their proper mark, and this involves some switching around. I’m loving the whole process. When people ask me which one of my books is my favorite, I always say, in all truth,

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Overnight Snowfall

Spokane got the long-promised snow during the night. As I write this, sunrise is still forty minutes away–yes, I got enough sleep, Mom–but it’s pretty. Of course I might not admire it so much if I had to commute. :) I’m determined–whatever the weather brings, I’m gonna love it.

The black mold seems to be under control. The process is painstaking, long and fairly noisy, given that fans will be running for a while. Bernice yapped at the workmen continuously as they came and went, despite my assurances that they were supposed to be in our house. :) But, then, Bernice yaps

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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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