#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Gift of a Morning

This morning is so beautiful, all blue and green and gold.  Puts me in mind of a Bible verse, “This is the day which the Lord hath made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.”  I was brought up on the King James version, can you tell?  :)  I know it’s hard to follow sometimes, but it is also poetry of the highest order.

“An Outlaw’s Christmas” is just flying along.  If all my books were this easy to write, I’d be producing one a month.  :)  I hope to finish the middle of next week, take a couple of days off, and start right in on “Big Sky River”, the third volume of my new trilogy.  Check out the videos on Harlequin’s Facebook page if you want a preview.  :)

At the end of the month I’ll be heading for the CREATE workshop in Orange County.  It’s put on by one of my favorite magazines, “Cloth, Paper, Scissors”, and I’ve been gathering materials to fill my supply list for the classes.  God bless those TSA people; I’m sure they’ll want to search THAT bag.  (And I’m not complaining.  They are only trying to keep us all safe, folks.)

So, plans for the weekend: art work, starting zinnias, getting to know my new camera and possibly braving the wilds of Costco–always a daunting process without pack horses and guides.  :)

I’m off to get the day’s writing done.  Be safe, be well, and be kind–and I’ll be back on Monday.  (Or even before that if something interesting happens!)

 

7 comments to “Gift of a Morning”

  1. sheri Wohlhueter
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      · April 27th, 2012 at 4:19 pm · Link

    love your books, am looking to see if you’ve written about a Sam Mekettrick, he was a cousin to Clay Mekettrick in the story with Dara Rose, can’t think of the title. Its so fun to read the branches of the difference family members and there lives. Enjoy your weekend! Sheri



  2. Nana
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      · April 27th, 2012 at 7:29 pm · Link

    Happy weekend, Linda!! :)



  3. Graciela
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      · April 27th, 2012 at 9:27 pm · Link

    Love your books, Linda! Especially the historical westerns. Keep them coming, can’t wait.
    Have a great weekend!



  4. Janet Layne
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      · April 28th, 2012 at 4:56 pm · Link

    I just wanted to thank you for your wonderful books.I am readingCreed’s Honor and loving it. Keep up the good writing!!Ilovethose cowboys and the women who love them.Iam learning a lot about Colorado.Ilook forward to reading many more books.



  5. Andrea Claycamp
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      · May 2nd, 2012 at 8:10 pm · Link

    Just wanted to request that the videos be available on your website as I am not a member of facebook. Sorry, I know I’m one of the last hold outs. Miss being able to see them.



  6. news
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      · May 30th, 2012 at 4:09 pm · Link

    I was wondering if you ever considered adjusting the layout of your web site? Its well written; I really like what you have got to say. But maybe you can include a a bit more in the way of written content so people might connect with it better. Youve got a great deal of wording for only having one or two photographs. Maybe you can space it out better?



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