#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Sunshine on my shoulders

Makes me happy!

Lots of work to do, so I’m keeping this short today.

The weather is just plain glorious–very sunny, but not so wickedly hot.  :)  That hint of fall is definitely in the air, though, and I’ve seen a few changing leaves already.  I’m not dreading winter this year, because Wendy and Jeremy are nearby, and that makes all the difference.  I’m not sure how long they’ll be staying, but at least until spring, so it’s all good.

The book is waiting, so I’m off to Parable, but, once again, I want to thank all of you for your comments.

You’re terrific. 

 

9 comments to “Sunshine on my shoulders”

  1. Juanita...a.k.a.Nana
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      · August 22nd, 2012 at 1:32 pm · Link

    Don’t know how I ended up with that name change.Actually, I prefer Nana. :)

    Will be in your area over the weekend and am so bummed that it didn’t happen when you were at the libraries there! Hoping to catch up with you another time.

    Stay happy and well, Linda. Parable needs you…and so do we. :)



  2. Michelle
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      · August 22nd, 2012 at 1:57 pm · Link

    Thank you so much for writing such great books! I’ve read all your books (except your very hard to find titles) and I’m almost done with my last one Springwater Seasons. After reading all your books this one is my favorite. I really like all the characters in this book. I honesty don’t know why your books haven’t been made into movies. Well I guess I will have to read just a few pages a day of this book to make it last untill your next one, which I hope will be soon!
    Have a great sunny day Linda!



  3. Anne
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      · August 22nd, 2012 at 2:26 pm · Link

    Right back at you. I am in Mojo land here, moving on to reread book #2 while I wait for the plummer (You don’t want to know). What would Mojo do in this situation? Hmmm…. :(



    • Tracy
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        · August 22nd, 2012 at 8:46 pm · Link

      I am in Mojo land too. I really like her, and Tucker, too!! Hope more comes on this front!



  4. Michele
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      · August 22nd, 2012 at 2:47 pm · Link

    Hi Linda! I’m glad you’re feeling better. I don’t remember Sawyer mentioned on the family tree. Where did he fit in?



    • Michele
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        · August 22nd, 2012 at 2:58 pm · Link

      Sorry! I didn’t finish before I hit submit. I was talking about Sawyer McKettrick. I can’t wait for this book!



  5. connie schopp
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      · August 22nd, 2012 at 6:08 pm · Link

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    hanks for your email and I do love reading your books so keep up the good work and God Bless U Connie



  6. Ellen Weaver
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      · August 23rd, 2012 at 2:36 pm · Link

    Your comments light up my life each and every time! Thanks



  7. carol
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      · August 25th, 2012 at 4:59 pm · Link

    in case you have not heard it today, you are a great author!! :)



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