#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Changes

Within a very short time, I’ll have a new website and a new blog.  My Facebook page has been altered, too–lots of pix of the pets there, and more to come.  As I understand it, you won’t have trouble making the transition–all very exciting.  There will be contests and lots of fun things.

My main focus these days is the book–I’m loving it, though I did take the weekend off to restore my energies.  I had the house Feng Shui-ed on Saturday–very interesting process–and I’ll keep you updated on that.  I start a Photoshop class tomorrow night–long term goal, about to be fulfilled.  I’m excited–I’ve tried repeatedly to get into one of these classes and I finally made it.  YEEHAW!  Again, I’ll fill you in on the experience–I imagine it will be a challenge.  Photoshop is not something I’ve been able to learn via books or internet stuff–I need a real person to point things out to me.  :)  Such is my learning style that I’ll have some trouble mastering the process, but then I’ll know it, solid. 

Art, on the other hand, seems to lend itself well to online learning, at least for me.  I watched a new video from Interweave.com, called “All About Faces”.  Julie F.F. Balzer, a very talented mixed media artist, is an excellent teacher.  Love it.

Bernicie and I took our walks over the weekend, as we will on this President’s Day–we saw four white-tail deer dashing through the woods at one point, and that was so great.  The horses sometimes put on a little show, too–especially my bad boys, Banjo and Traveler. 

I’m writing today, going for 10,000 more steps, walking my dog, and generally being grateful to–and for–all of you.

6 comments to “Changes”

  1. Sally
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      · February 20th, 2012 at 5:46 pm · Link

    I love being able to follow your day here, on the blog…I admire you so :)



  2. sam
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      · February 20th, 2012 at 6:58 pm · Link

    I totally agree with Sally :)



  3. Lois
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      · February 20th, 2012 at 11:30 pm · Link

    What is the facebook page like and is it a group. I also love the blog.



  4. Hilda
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      · February 21st, 2012 at 4:08 pm · Link

    I too enjoy checking in with your blog. I hope your people are correct and the transition to the new blog will be seamless. I will play the age card (57) and say that NOTHING about computers is easy, obvious, smooth, or seamless for me. Here's hoping…!



  5. Nyoka
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      · February 21st, 2012 at 4:24 pm · Link

    I have yet to find any activity on your Facebook page.. maybe I am looking at the wrong one? Could you give us a link?
    I found a few more of your books this weekend at the local flea market. Met up with another lady that LOVED your books… we swapped stories about our favorite 'handsome hunks' from your stories…
    Keep the good stuff coming! Hope I don't get lost in the shuffle of the new technology…
    God bless!



  6. Linda Lael Miller
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      · February 24th, 2012 at 6:05 pm · Link

    Everybody please hang in there. I'm getting a new website, updated and much more current, but we've hit a few bumps along the way, especially with the blogger sysem.



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