#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for August, 2008

Martha Stewart Has Created a Monster!

And I am that monster!

Saturday was a busy day–I wrote a chapter of TYLER, as I did Sunday and will again today. (I’m about a week from being finished–after a short, very short, breather, I will begin work on THE BRIDEGROOM, the next “Stone Creek” novel.)

Since my cousin had had surgery on Tuesday, I planned to stop by the hospital briefly, bringing flowers, a card, and general good wishes. And I needed a few other things, miscellaneous stuff, so I hit Wal-Mart first. (Wal-Mart on a Saturday. Whole nuther story!)

I bought Tracei’s roses, a vase, and some

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Still Chasing Fireflies

My sister Sally and husband Jim–of Chicken-gate 08 fame–rode for home on their Harley this morning. I will miss them–they are easy houseguests. Sally and I have so many things in common–crafts, especially.

It’s Friday, and I’ll be working over the weekend, but also visiting my cousin in the hospital and entertaining my friends Jean and Kurt for dinner tonight. I’ve set aside some time for art, too, and limited myself to One Project. I’ll be making polymer clay transfers, using T-shirt paper and plain ole Sculpey, and trying out the new cutters I had custom-made. The keepers will end

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.