#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Changes of Plan

Well, i’m still at the main house. I had a very productive writing day yesterday, so decided to stay put, as I am so close to finishing this book. It seems the lake is more conducive to resting than working, at least in the middle of a manuscript. :)

As I worked, I was so caught up in the story–I see it unfolding in my head, rather like a movie–that when I looked up, I was startled to see snowflakes swirling outside! April 2, and it was snowing!

Well, I’d better get back to it.

More tomorrow.

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