#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Hello, Monday Morning

We’re having another overcast day here in Spokane, but I don’t mind. It’s the kind of day when one might put a pot of split pea soup on the stove, light the fireplace, and give thanks for warmth and shelter and plenty (often too much) to eat. The dogs are snoozing, having had their breakfast, and the cats have retired to some remote part of the house to plot kitty mischief. They love to bring me presents in the night–I often awaken to find a packet of stickers or buttons or some other small item from the craft room (two full flights of stairs must be traversed to accomplish this), a bit of packing tape, or an empty ziplock bag. It touches my heart and invariably makes me smile.

Over the weekend, I bought groceries, visited Hobby Lobby, and played some slots over at the casino. I also did some work on the current crop of ATCs. (Artist trading cards.)

Today I’ll be working on “Creed’s Honor” and having my photo taken for an article in Spokane’s own “Prime” magazine.

And that’s the news from my kitchen table.

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