#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2007

Rainbows and Confederate Generals

Yesterday, as I was returning from a brief visit to the casino–one of my favorite ways to relax, if you’re new to the blog, is playing slot machines–an enormous rainbow arced across the sky, ending in the lake in front of my house. I’m taking it as a good omen! (The frog didn’t morph into a prince, but at least I held my own.)

The dogs are with me in the lakehouse office as I write this. Sadie is snoring away on the dog bed, and Bernice is cuddled up next to her.

I’m writing a new westrn, and doing

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It’s raining today, and even that is lovely. A day for a crackling fire and hot tea.

Back to the house, though. The dogs are inside, barking. Sadie has a touch of arthritis this a.m., so I gave her half a dog aspirin.

Longer blog tomorrow, I promise.

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”