#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I Think I Misplaced Yesterday

I was so immersed in “Creed’s Honor” yesterday that I completely forgot about the blog until it was too late to face a computer screen. :) Sorry about that.

I’m off to Spokane Civic Theatre again this weekend, this time to see “The Cemetery Club”. I’m still rockin’ and rollin’ to Buddy Holly tunes–what a show that was! SCT is one of my favorite places–way back when, I used to participate in plays there. I had small parts in both “Funny Girl” and “Oliver”. Alas, I no longer have the time for acting, but I can support the organization by sitting in the audience. And I’m looking for other ways to get involved, simply because I LOVE live theatre.

Today, I’m working on Chapter 14 of the book. It has 19 chapters, total, so I’m closing in on the big finish. Telling Conner’s story has been a blast so far–and I’m only expecting it to get better. I’m also looking forward to telling you all about his identical twin brother, Brody, in the next book, “Creed’s Legacy”. Those Creeds are a wild bunch–wild as their cousins, the McKettricks. :)

The weather is overcast this morning, but I call that cozy.

Make it a good day.

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