#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2005


I just got wireless, so I’m sending one last blog before I head out for Reno to gamble, party with friends, and practice being a bad girl!

When I get home, I’ll be doing one of my very favorite things–starting a new book! The working title is “Dead-Central”, and it’s about Mojo Sheepshanks, my new romantic suspense heroine. She’s juggling ex-husband, Nick, (who is severely hampered by the fact that he’s–well–dead) and Tucker Darroch, handsome but often scruffy undercover cop. The setting is Arizona, with many of the same locales as the Clare & Tony books.

Once I get

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Do you have boundaries?
Mine sometimes seem to be made of jelly. It’s still a struggle for me.
When is enough ENOUGH?
For me, with a certain issue, and with which I will not bore you further, it is TODAY.
I’m tired of tap-dancing on the decks of the Good Ship Lollipop.
This “good girl” is gonna go bad, big time. (For an excellent definition of bad girls, read November 22 in “Simple Abundance.”)
I’m off to Reno.
I really need this vacation.
Can you tell?
And I intend to behave very badly indeed.

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