#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Friday Slog Blog

Guess what–it’s raining. (Sigh.) Hence the title of today’s post.

I definitely don’t have the bad-weather blues, though. I did a 2 hour chat on Facebook last night, and it was so great–the next best thing to all of us rubbing elbows at a party. All together, there were well over 500 messages, and I was blown away! There were a few familiar names in the bunch, too–like Heather Alling. Hey, Heather. When it was over, I was so happy and so exhausted that I was in bed and sound asleep within minutes.

Someone asked what ATCs are, and that tells me it’s time to explain that again, for the sake of the newcomers. :) ATC means Artist Trading Card–it’s a work of art, the standard size of any trading card, made specifically to swap. My cards are mostly collaged. I trade actively on Art42.org and Swapbot.com–it’s lots of fun. I make tons of them–it always unscrambles my brain.

There’s a new baby in our circle today–Danica Marie Korrell. Welcome, sweetie.

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