#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2011

Freaky Tuesday

OK, I swore I wouldn’t complain about the weather, but I’m just saying.  This is so weird.  Snow and rain this morning–on April 26????

Is it just me?  I’ll be so glad when the Royal wedding is over, including the inevitable rehash of every nuance of the dress, the guest list, the honeymoon destination, etc.  Lest this sound too harsh, let me just say that I’ve spent a great deal of time in Great Britain, mainly London, and I love the place.  I love the people.  I especially love the cab drivers, who, unlike their counterparts in just about every other city in

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Mental Health Day

Today, I’m brainingstorming for Chapter 1 of the new book, “Big Sky Country”, the one set in Parable, Montana, and going to grocery store.  Thrilled by the former, accepting of the latter.

I feel great, so nobody worry, and I promise a longer and better blog tomorrow.

Or even later today.

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.

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