#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2011

Here in Lindarella’s Castle

(Okay, so I’m in a whimsical mood.  :)  I gave myself the name “Lindarella”, when so many cool things began to happen in my career–and although this house is big, it’s definitely not a castle.)  Call it artistic license.

Thanks for the prayers and the good thoughts: Sadie-beagle’s test came out fine.

We are in for MAJOR sunshine here in Spokane, and I am thrilled, thrilled, thrilled.   The predicted high is a delicious 70 degrees.  The trees are literally sparkling with light, the sky is sugar-bowl blue, and there are wild turkeys on the lawn over by the shop, pecking

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Glory Hallelujah!

The sun is shining!  Brilliantly, joyously, lighting up the blue-green landscape.  YES!

Sadie-beagle is having a sonogram today–think good thoughts, please.  Her most recent blood test concerned her vet a little, so we’re checking things out.

I spent yesterday reading a manuscript before it goes to press–“A Lawman’s Christmas”–and today I’m starting the new book, #1 in the Parable, Montana series, called “Big Sky Country.”  Finally.  It was something of a challenge, clearing the decks for this one.

My peonies are busy, busy, busy, getting ready to spout blossoms, along with the lush leaves they already sport.  I have several

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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.