#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Pedal Blog

Believe it or not, I can now exercise while I blog! I bought a nifty little elliptical machine from QVC (you KNOW I love gadgets) and I placed it under the desk where I’m writing this entry–and I’m pedalling away even as we “speak”.

Still celebrating around here–“A Creed in Stone Creek” is finished, and I’ll soon be moving on to the second book, “Creed’s Honor.” I went to the casino yesterday and I’ve got to admit, my right wrist is paying the price for pushing all those buttons.

Working on ATCs–I got behind on that just as I did on virtually everything else–and looking forward to attending a special event tonight.

I hope those of you who are so inclined will join me in offering a prayer that September 11 will pass peacefully. Seems to me, this year it’s particularly dangerous, with tempers running high. May God’s peace prevail.

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