#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Intermittent Sunshine

And I’ll take any sunshine I can get!  :)

Yesterday was SUCH a good writing day–I can hardly wait to get back to the book.  I won’t pretend it’s been easy to get this one rolling, but the story touches me very deeply, and I hope it will touch you as well.  It’s called “Big Sky Mountain” and it’s the second book in my Parable, Montana series, following “Big Sky Country.”

Mom and I are going out to lunch on Saturday–a belated celebration for her birthday.  We always have a good time together, and I’m looking forward to the visit.

The gardening catalogs are starting to arrive, and I’m getting the itch to raise another container garden on my deck.  I skipped it last year, but it’s time to try again.

I’m listening to a great book recommended by my friend Debbie Macomber–it’s called “The Circle Maker”, by Mark Batterson, and the subject is the power of prayer.  Very good material.

Not much time for art these days, but I’ve got some backgrounds ready for two new batches of artist trading cards. 

Lastly, my new website will be up soon.  Very cool.

And that, for today, is the news from the Triple L.

4 comments to “Intermittent Sunshine”

  1. Sara Ellis
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      · February 2nd, 2012 at 6:36 pm · Link

    When are you going to finish the Mojo series?



  2. Hilda
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      · February 2nd, 2012 at 7:59 pm · Link

    Linda, I try not to be a pest with too many comments, but I have to tell you how delightful your update on the horses was! I got a chuckle out of your descriptions (your blog of a couple of days ago). Happy and SAFE travels! Hilda



  3. Nana
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      · February 3rd, 2012 at 1:00 am · Link

    I'm with Hilda about the horses. Had a barn full for many years and ice was always a concern.



  4. Linda Lael Miller
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      · February 3rd, 2012 at 5:08 pm · Link

    Sara, I hope to finish the Mojo series, but right now, I'm swamped with other things I have to do first.



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