#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Restored

I am all rested up and ready to write!

Thought I’d touch on some of the comments for today’s blog:

RE: Mistakes in past books.

I appreciate the input and try to learn from the error so I don’t make it again.  Not much I can do to change them now, though.  :)

Re: Mojo

I would love to do more Mojo books, and plan at least one more, but right now, I’m swamped, so it will be a while.

More tomorrow.

Be kind.

 

5 comments to “Restored”

  1. Norma Stanforth
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      · September 4th, 2012 at 1:53 pm · Link

    Hi Linda,
    I would love to see more books like ” Montana Creeds ” Thank you. God bless you.
    Norma



  2. Gloria
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      · September 4th, 2012 at 3:25 pm · Link

    Linda, thank you for your prayers for my friend’s dad. He passed away around midnight last night.

    And, thank you for the other information about all the places you’ve lived. All I can say is…You’ve lived a lot of places. I, too, have lived a lot of places, but all of them but one was in a 50 mile radius. Not a lot of adventure in that.

    Thanks, again!



  3. Anne
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      · September 4th, 2012 at 3:41 pm · Link

    I have pre-ordered An outlaws christmas from my book store but could not pre-order the next in the parable series (book 3). When will the next book come out?
    Was talking to a friend of mine and discovered I had overlooked the first book in the supense series don’t look back and one last look, duh, huh? I was wondering why I felt like I came into the middle of the story. Ordered it and will re-read the series. Another Mojo would be great and I am happy to wait until you can write again. Until then I can’t wait to see what comes next. You are human and make mistakes just like the rest of us but like I said before, the mistakes only add more character to the work. They don’t take away from the story itself. Keep right on writing Linda. You have a big following of fans who truly love your stories, count me as one of them. :-D



  4. Lois Rotella
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      · September 4th, 2012 at 5:02 pm · Link

    I like all your books, mistakes and all. We are only human. We all learn from our mistakes. Keep the books coming. Glad you had a nice weekend. :-P



  5. Kathie
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      · September 5th, 2012 at 5:24 am · Link

    Love your blogs Linda and of course all your books just the way they are. Thanks for the info about Mojo. Would love to have more than one but that would be good enough for closure. You kind of left things hanging in the last one and being a sucker for happy endings, we need to get Mojo and Tucker together for the happily ever after. Thanks for all you do and enjoy your September.
    Many Blessings to You!!!!



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