#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2010


It’s hard to believe, but this is my eleven hundredth blog post. Amazing.

The draw and the pasture are white with fog, the East Coast is in the grip of a blizzard, and the Saints won the SuperBowl. That’s the news from Linda’s kitchen table. :)

I am SO into writing “Austin”. I mean, I am inside this story, almost one of the characters. It’s fun, it’s difficult, it’s exhilerating, it’s exhausting. It’s a challenge, it’s a joy. I’ll be glad when I finish, and sad, too.

I’ve joined a couple of ATC swapping groups, and on breaks I work on

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Cozy Day

We’re enjoying (yes, enjoying) a rainy Friday morning here in Spokane. It’s a light the fire, put on a kettle of soup kind of day. Even better, it’s a writing day–the very best kind of day there is. I am so into “Austin”, I can hardly wait to have my breakfast, get dressed, and head for Blue River, Texas.

Yesterday I did a radio interview, had a phone meeting with my team at HQN, and made dinner for my cousin Sheri and friend Kat. They are delightful–brought flowers and wine and their senses of humor and we had a

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.