#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Boeuf Was a Hit!

I’m inspired! The bunkhouse crew loved the fancy French beef stew as much as I did. I can’t wait to make it again, this time with a few touches of my own, like more stew-meat and more carrots. I hope Julia doesn’t roll over in her grave when I say this, but I think I’ll simmer the next batch in a slow cooker. I think that would really bring out the flavor.

Of course I’m doing the usual things, writing, taking care of dogs and kitties and plants, recovering from my tour for “The Bridegroom”.

Quitting smoking has been an adventure. I think it threw my brain chemistry off a little, so now my medication has to be adjusted.

I’ve done a little painting, a dab here and there–with all that’s been going on lately, most of my time goes to either writing or plotting the book.

It’s time to water the plants–we’re in for a hot one today, with thunder and lightning tonight.

Are you following me on Twitter? I tweet quite often, from my cell phone. If one tweets on Twitter, does that make one a twit?

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