#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2014

Surprise! Blogging early for once :)

After scanning your comments, here are my replies:

1)  Mea culpa!  The name of Nora’s store IS “Turn the Page”, and Boonsboro (misspelled?) is in the great state of Maryland.  I will be flying into Baltimore.

2) In my humble and not particularly original opinion, there are already too many I-see-dead-people books out there, ditto vampires and other beasties, so at the moment I have no plans to write in that genre.  However, if inspiration strikes, and I get a really good paranormal idea, look out.  Therein lies the rub, to paraphrase the Bard.  You, my readers, deserve the very

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Busy Monday

First, I’ll announce last week’s contest winners: Jana Vincent and Patti Belew.  Congratulations, ladies–your autographed books will be on their way tomorrow.  As always, a new contest begins today, so be sure to comment.  Maybe next Monday, I will be announcing your name.  :)

I stayed at home over the 4th of July weekend, and it was very peaceful.  I wrote, made artist trading cards, experimented with recently discovered products–mainly the Dylusions spray-on inks I mentioned last week.  The colors are absolutely delicious–I love seeing them saturate watercolor paper, love combining them, love the richness of the pigments.  I also listened

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

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