#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Finished! (Almost)

I spent the weekend revising “Big Sky Country”–not a lot of changes, as I rewrite continually as I go along, but a word here, a phrase there, a story fact my editor and I had agreed to change–the usual.  That brought me to this morning–and the last chapter, and possible epilogue, of the book.  I’ll be winding the story up today, and I’m both excited about that and sorry to let go.  :)  As always, I’ve come to love these story people of mine. 

Yorkie-Bernice insists on two walks a day now that she’s grasped the concept, so she and I toured the property twice on Saturday and twice more on Sunday.  I did a little bit of art work, too, but not much.  I need some gluing and painting every day, though, the same as Neecie needs her walk.

I’m behind on everything, it seems.  But I’m happy, and I’m grateful.

More tomorrow. 

One comment to “Finished! (Almost)”

  1. Stacey
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      · September 26th, 2011 at 6:07 pm · Link

    awesome linda!! congrats on the almost finish! i always wanted to be an author growing up, but it's hard work!! takes talented people to be able to do it all, and make it sound good! i love all your books, just picked up lawman's christmas today at my local walmart, a day early too! lucky me! i cannot wait till i can start it. as you are getting back to work writing, i need to get back to work quilting. trying to make something of myself with that, a very big passion of mine, besides reading, and so far have one quilt published in a magazine, one at press, and one getting published in an online website. but still my name is not out there yet, but soon, mark my words, haha! keep on doing your amazing work, it helps us regular folk escape into the great unknown!



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