#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Saturday morning

Semi-flexible plans today.
The only thing on the agenda is a visit to my wonderworker of a hairdresser, Franco.
My hair is a strange entity. It’s thick, and I can go a long time without a haircut. Then, I solemnly swear, between one day and the next, it goes absolutely wild, and facing myself in the mirror, I know I must either call Franco or get a whip and chair to keep my coiffure in line. When I reach that point, Medusa, with her head full of hissing snakes, is not far behind.
Sadie’s diet is progressing nicely. Would that my own were going quite so well!
After I’ve been sheared, I intend to stop at the office supply store–one of my favorite places–and purchases huge packets of post-it notes and some of that heavy poster board. Have I intrigued you?
I’ve discovered a new (for me) brainstorming method, based on the book, “Rapid Problem Solving with Post-It Notes”, by David Straker. (It will be my under-the-drier reading–I do so HATE to sit still.) I plan to use it to streamline the plotting and characterization process, but obviously it would be applicable in just about any area of life. If you positively can’t stand to wait, you can order the book on Amazon.com. If you are of a more patient bent, watch this blog for a progress report. If it works, I’ll let you know.
Have a good weekend.

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