#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Writing

Today, writing is just about all I can think about.  I am SO CLOSE to finishing this book.  I will probably complete the draft tomorrow and spend the weekend doing the revisions and polish.  

Yesterday, they laid the new hardwood floor in the guest room, and there was lots of hammering, sawing, and vacuuming.  :)  Today the workmen will be back to add a layer of varnish, but that’s pretty quiet work as I understand it.  :)

Under 2 pounds lost on the D.I.E.T. this week, but that’s fine with me.  I love the convenience of this program, and have no problem staying on it.

Tonight I’m going to a meeting of a good friend’s book club–they read “The Man from Stone Creek”, a personal favorite of mine, and we’re going to discuss it.  How much fun is that?  It’s a good thing this is my free-night, because there will be food.

Jean, it was great to run into you at the hair salon the other day.  :)  See you soon–I can only resist Barnes and Noble for so long.

The sun is shining and Bernice thinks she’s a big star on Youtube, Twitter, this blog and Facebook. 

It’s all good.

 

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