#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Friday Rolls Around Again

It’s always Friday, it seems to me. Time just flies by these days.

We have a thin layer of snow on the ground here, the crunchy kind. The dogs and cats are still rather puzzled by it–I guess they don’t remember the winter of 08. :)

I’ll be continuing with CHAPTER ONE today. That one always takes longer than the others, since all the players need to be on their proper mark, and this involves some switching around. I’m loving the whole process. When people ask me which one of my books is my favorite, I always say, in all truth, that it’s the one I’m working on right now. I fall madly in love with the hero, become the heroine’s new best friend, and hand my heart over to the horses, dogs and cats in the cast. Writing a story like this essentially means living a story like this, and that’s not always easy. When my people go through tough times, so do I. At the risk of sounding like a politician, I really do feel their pain. But I also feel their joy, so it all balances out.

I’m planning to read, make artist trading cards and plug away at the organization campaign over the weekend. A little sunshine wouldn’t go amiss, but whatever happens, I’m gonna love it.

Or die trying.

:) That’s the news from my UNCLUTTERED kitchen table!

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