#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2010

Hair Emergency Handled

As I’ve mentioned, this is a catch-up week for me. I’m doing a lot of things I put off while I was finishing the book. Yesterday, I wrote up a quite extensive outline for Book 2, “Creed’s Honor”, and sent it off to my beloved editor, and then headed for the hair salon.

Now, I’ve gotta tell you, I HATE anything that involves sitting in one chair for a couple of hours–and dental work and hair poofing are at the top of my list–(odd, considering that I earn my living on a computer, but that’s different, because I can get

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Another Beautiful Day

Fall has always been my favorite season, at least here in my home state of Washington. There aren’t many leafy trees on the “ranch”–in my mind, 30 acres isn’t a ranch–but the drive to Northport, around endless curves in the mighty Columbia River, is breathtaking when the leaves are changing. And that road, wherever I live, will always be the road home.

I love fall because:

School starts. As a student, I was always happy when it was time to wear new shoes and crack open a new notebook. I loved everything about it. As a mom, it was exciting

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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.