#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2010

Strawberry Marauder

This is one of my two kitties, Cha Cha. She’s the imperious one, Miss Attitude. (Can you tell???) She’s been nibbling at the leaves of my baby strawberry plants.

Note that bright sunshine pouring in through the window! It’s a glorious day here in Spokane, Washington!

All these exclamation points remind me that I finished revising “Willow” and am now waiting to hear the editor’s verdict.

The dogs are snoozing, and Sadie will be visiting her wonderful trainer later this morning.

And I feel a distinct Kneed to Knit. What’s THAT about? Debbie Macomber is the knitter in my set,

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Rain, Rain…

We’re getting a good Spring dousing here in Spokane this morning. I sit here at my kitchen table, looking out over the trees and the big back deck, feeling grateful (I could have been stranded in a foreign airport, like so many other travelers). I’m warm and cozy. The dogs and kitties are here, and the horses are snug in their sturdy barn, waiting for the Canadian wrangler to show up with breakfast and then turn them out to pasture. There’s fresh coffee to sip and, best of all, today (good Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise) I will

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Though the term “stick ’em up” is widely used in Western films, it wasn’t actually coined until the 1930’s.