#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Blogger on the Loose

Yikes.

I started right in working on “A Creed in Stone Creek” and I got so involved I forgot all about my blog. It was just now, when I went downstairs for a fresh cup of coffee, that I remembered. So here I am.

We’re having a rainy day, and it’s lovely, actually. Very cozy. If I weren’t busy with the new book, I’d be curled up in front of a fire, reading a book.

At night, I like to listen rather than read, generally, and I’m into “Speaking for Themselves, Volume 1” right now. This is the fascinating correspondence between Winston Churchill (one of my heroes) and his wife, Clementine, collected and edited by their daughter, Lady Mary Churchill Soames. It’s too bad that people don’t write letters like these anymore–so vivid. I am really glad there are two volumes.

And now I must get back to Stone Creek. I’ll be missed if I don’t hurry.

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