#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Spring is Coming

Officially, the greening-and-blooming season arrives on March 20 this year–19 days from now.  Looking out over fields of admittedly beautiful (sigh) snow, I find that hard to fathom.  I’m ready to walk confidently around the pasture, instead of looking out for icy patches and mud puddles.  :)

I had another excellent writing day yesterday–I’m sure loving this book, and sure eager to share it with you.

The first of the new series, “Big Sky Country”, will be available in June–the last Tuesday in May, actually–and I can’t wait to introduce you to my Parable people–and the ones who live thirty miles away, in Three Trees, Montana. 

I watched “Sliding Doors” on my iPad last night, using Netflix.  I really enjoyed the innovative plot–a woman living two separate lives, simultaneously–it’s the kind of story, along with time travel, that excites my imagination.  Being on a Netflix roll, I watched a documentary after the Gweneth Paltrow film, followed by a biography of Jordan’s Queen Noor.  And then I slept–Bernice and the kitties had long since conked out–and woke refreshed and rested and very ready to write.

Which is what I’m going to do right now.  :)

Make it a good day.  Remember, it’s a choice.

2 comments to “Spring is Coming”

  1. Nana
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      · March 3rd, 2012 at 12:24 am · Link

    I'm going to find “Sliding Doors” I love time travel! :)



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