#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for March, 2014

Various and Sundry Things

First, for those of you who wanted to check out Art42, the correct web address is www.artfortytwo.org.

I mean well but I can be spacey.  :)

I finished The Great Courses lecture series I mentione yesterday–the one about heroes of myth and legend.  You will be happy to know that a number of the lecture subjects were women–Guinivere (one of my favorites even though I can’t say I approve of the Lancelot affair), is among them, along with Elisabeth Bennet from PRIDE AND PREJUDICE and Mina from DRACULA.  The idea of the course was more about what makes a character

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Are you wearing green? :)

My nod to St. Patrick’s Day is a huge moss agate pendant–green of course.  So, if anybody pinches me, they are definitely out of line.  Not only that, they might get hurt. 

Last week’s winners, Janie and Shirley W., have been notified, and their prizes are in the mail.  Congratulations, Janie and Shirley.

Today, of course, the new contest begins.  One winner will receive a copy of POSITIVITY and a signed LLM book, and the other, one of my necklaces and, of course, an autographed book.  All you need to do is comment.  :)

What I did this weekend: mostly, nothing. 

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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