#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2008

Linda Strikes Gold!

I went out to feed the horses this morning–turned out, the Canadian Wrangler had already done it, and this two hours before he’s supposed to get on an airplane. (That’s dedication, ladies and gentlemen.) Anyway, since I was out and about, I decided to poke around in the shop, looking for my massive collection of rubber stamps, etc.

Well, what to my wondering eyes should appear? (I’m doing Christmas ATCs, bear with me). I found a photo album my mother kept for me as I was growing up–a treasure–and it’s been missing for YEARS. Just plain missing in action. I

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Return of the Barn Goddess

I seem to be locked in low gear today, even though I got up at the regular time (around 5) and did all the usual things–dogs out, dogs in, dogs out again, etc. Coffee perking. Journaling and Morning Pages. To-do list done. Now to do the things ON that list. :)

I finally wrestled Chapter 1 of “The Bridegroom”, Stone Creek #4, Gideon’s story, into the shape I wanted. So today, I’ll polish it and go on to draft Chapter 2. I’ve been working this job for a lot of years, and it STILL surprises me that Chapter 1 nearly always

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The Pony Express carried almost 35,000 pieces of mail over more than 650,000 miles during those nineteen months and lost only one mail sack.