#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Peonies Pop!

I have two lush peony blossoms in the kitchen as of this very moment. They smell heavenly. I am still having camera problems, but hang in there. I’m bound to figure it out pretty soon. :)

Are you getting tired of hearing me rave about the joy of writing “A Creed in Stone Creek”? I was just flying yesterday. I was right inside that story, practically living it right alongside the characters.

I love this job. :)

Free time was spent working on a new batch of ATCs for some online swaps. I had to drop out of a couple, because there was a time crunch. I leave on Monday for BEA in New York and, of course, when I get home I want to start right in writing again.

It’s a lovely, sunshiny morning. The weatherman says it will get cooler as the day wears on, and warns that tender garden sprouts should be covered tonight in case of a freeze. Most of my plants are pretty hardy, but I will cover the strawberry pot–remember the cardboard pajamas?

Better get busy. I want to have breakfast before I head back to modern-day Stone Creek. I’ll say howdy for you–there are O’Ballivans, Creeds AND McKettricks in this bunch, as well as some new people you haven’t met before. (And just wait until you meet Brody and Conner Creed, Steven’s identical twin cousins. :))

See you tomorrow.

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