#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Happy Birthday, Jerome!

A shout-out to my nephew, Jerome Lael–have a great birthday, dude.  I love the hair style!

We’re enjoying some temporary sunshine this fine morning, and I’m soaking it up.  I’ve been a little under the weather all week, which has been downright frustrating, because I’m so excited about my new book and I want to work on it, darn it.

No movies last night, but I did read “Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children” on my Nook.  I enjoyed it, and was really impressed by the creepy vintage photographs the author and friends had scouted out for the project.  I also read a chapter of “The Necklace”, which I finally figured out how to download properly, and that promises to be an excellent book. 

A pile of books arrived yesterday, via UPS–“Playing with Pictures: the Art of Victorian Photocollage” is an absolute feast of unique images and (to me) inspiration for altered art, artist trading cards, etc.  The author is Elizabeth Siegel. 

I’m tweeting again–for a while there, my technophobia got the best of me.  :)  Ironic, considering that I love electronic gadgets and usually can’t resist them.  As in, my iPod, basically an extension of my ears, my iPad, on which I like to watch movies, my Nook, of course, and my beloved iPhone, with all its crazy apps–including the new Linda Lael Miller app, free on iTunes.  Check it out.  There will be more content as we go along.

I’m writing today.  There’s big news about the new book, but I’m waiting until it’s official to announce it here. 

That’s how it is this morning, at my kitchen table.

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