#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2011

Have Company

Today, I’m enjoying my company, Debbie and Steve Korrell.

Also, the laptop I use to blog at the kitchen table died a grisley death, which means some shifting around.  :)  I’ve already ordered a new laptop.

I’ll blog more extensively tomorrow.

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Proud Mama

I am a proud mama every morning, but especially this morning.  Last night, Wendy’s first ever produced script, “The Truth Below”, aired on MTV.  As an insider, I know how long and how hard she worked on this screenplay, and what a long road it was to production.  Yes, Wendy can write, and she was born with a certain degree of natural talent, BUT–and I’ve seen this over and over–talent isn’t worth the proverbial hill of beans without WORK, without dedication and persistence in the face of adversity.  She’s been hard at it for years, my friends.  That’s what makes me

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.