#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Welcome, Tuesday

The holiday weekend is over and, even though I enjoyed it, I’m glad it’s time to get back to Real Life–which, for me, includes writing.  :)

I finished listening to “The Language of Flowers”, and enjoyed it, though for some reason I thought it was set in Victorian times, and it was modern instead.  Good story, well told, though.  Now I’ve started, “Becoming Marie”, a novel about Marie Antoinette, ill-fated queen of France.  She’s very big in the mixed media art world at the moment–lots of artist trading card swaps feature her, for instance.

My new book, “A Lawman’s Christmas”, will be released the last Tuesday of this month, and I’m excited to tell you that my friend, Josanne, is pitching it to Hallmark for a holiday movie, next year.  Cross your fingers!

The D.I.E.T. continues to go well.

I continue to miss my Sadie-girl, but the other critters certainly keep us all busy.

This Friday, I’ll be signing books at the Safeway store on Wellsley, here in Spokane, from 4 to 6 pm.  If you live in the area, stop by and say howdy.

That’s the news from my kitchen table.

2 comments to “Welcome, Tuesday”

  1. Nana
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      · September 6th, 2011 at 6:42 pm · Link

    I put this on the wrong day but I just pre-ordered Lawman's Christmas!Waiting with the proverbial baited breath! :)Linda, there's no saying how much I enjoy your writing!!



  2. Cher B
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      · September 6th, 2011 at 8:30 pm · Link

    Have pre-ordered A Lawman's Christmas. I read an excerpt and must say the young girl Edrina sounds hilarous and so like a girl in those days would talk. Clay is going to have his hands full with that one. LOL.



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