#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2010

Rain on Strawberry Plants

Yesterday, after working on my new book (YES!), I planted eight strawberry plants in a special pot recommended by my aunt, Billie Wiley. The weather has been spring-like, naturally, this being Spring, changing often. It ranges from glorious sunshine to dreary drizzle, and manages to strike virtually every note in between. I’ve come to love something about each phase–the cozy, tea-by-the-fire days, the wow-let’s-plant-roses days, all of them.

Whatever the weather, I’m thinking, Today is the best day of my life. It’s the only REAL day, isn’t it? The past is a story, the future is a dream.

Today, there

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A Creed In Stone Creek

Today I start a new book, the story of Steven Creed and Melissa O’Ballivan. The only thing better than starting a new book is finishing a new book. :)

I spent the weekend lounging, mostly, and listened to a great new book called, “The Girl Who Chased the Moon.” It was magical, and I loved it–can’t wait, in fact, for the next installment. I’m tuned in to Mary Higgins Clark’s new one now, “The Shadow of Your Smile”.

I made some new ATCs for a trade online and went out for groceries once, but that was about the extent of my

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.