#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2013

It’s acupuncture day

I’ve set aside Wednesdays for acupuncture, other appointments, errands, etc., so no writing to speak of today.

I’m completely confused about that last contest.  :)  Jen was busy yesterday, but I’ll ask her to check it out.  Thanks for your patience. 

I’ve been making some really nice artist trading cards–that’s what I do when I’m working out storylines in my head. 

I’ll figure this picture thing out if it kills me.  In the meantime, you can see a couple of my cards on my Facebook page.

 

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Characters

Well, I spent yesterday and part of this morning working on the outline for the first book in the new series, tentatively titled, “The Brides of Petticoat County.”  Book 1, also tentatively titled (I’m waiting for the go-ahead from the powers that be), is called, “The Marriage Pact.”  The setting is Wyoming this time, and the hero is Tripp Galloway, pilot and owner of a fleet of private jets, back in Petticoat Creek to help his rancher stepfather out of a bad spot.  And darned if the cowboy life doesn’t look real good to Tripp, who’s tired of traveling and

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In the old times sometimes cowboys referred to beans as “Deceitful Beans” because they talked behind your back.

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