#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Still Learning New Tricks

Just yesterday, niece/assistant Jenni showed me how to get to this larger window, so I didn’t feel like I was tweeting, with a 14o character limit.  Seems like I learn something new every day, which is a great thing.  I guess when we stop learning, it’s all over. Fortunately for me, there’s one heck of a lot I don’t know, so I’m in no danger of running out of material.  :) 

Hope you’ve checked out the new video–there’s a link in yesterday’s blog.  We watched it over and over again, and a few happy tears were shed, too.  They really caught the essence of my boys, Slade and Hutch and Boone.  Special kudos to Margie Miller at Harlequin and all her crew.  The woman is a genius–and who wouldn’t love her job?  She goes on location with hot looking men in cowboy gear and gets to boss them around for a few days while the filming goes on.  :)  Montana, aka Big Sky country, is truly a beautiful place.

We’re planning a quiet Easter around the Triple L.  I’ll be focusing on the Reason for the Season.

Just listened to “Some Assembly Required” by Annie LaMott–hope I spelled her last name correctly–and I’d recommend it to anyone.  Funny, heartfelt and, as always with this author, deftly written.  I’ve moved on to Mary Higgins Clark’s new book, “The Lost Years”.  I never miss a new MHC–she’s a definite favorite. 

I’ve been making a few artist trading cards and will post some soon on the Facebook page. 

Be well, be happy, and be kind.

 

2 comments to “Still Learning New Tricks”

  1. Nana
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      · April 5th, 2012 at 6:07 pm · Link

    I just watched it again, also, and I put the wrong name to my fave in my last post. It’s thumbs up to Slade! Although Hutch and Boone certainly hold their own. Lucky Margie! :wink:

    Happy Easter to everyone! :)



  2. sam
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      · April 6th, 2012 at 5:56 pm · Link

    Well, I have joined facebook to watch the video trailer to Big Sky Country and it was worth it :) I can’t wait to read it now :wink:



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