#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2011

Finished! (Almost)

I spent the weekend revising “Big Sky Country”–not a lot of changes, as I rewrite continually as I go along, but a word here, a phrase there, a story fact my editor and I had agreed to change–the usual.  That brought me to this morning–and the last chapter, and possible epilogue, of the book.  I’ll be winding the story up today, and I’m both excited about that and sorry to let go.  :)  As always, I’ve come to love these story people of mine. 

Yorkie-Bernice insists on two walks a day now that she’s grasped the concept, so she and

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The Book Club and Other Things

A fine time was had by all at Shirley Allings’ book club meeting last night.  Few things are more fun than enjoying food (it was my free night) and congenial conversation about one of my favorite subjects: books! 

Thank you, Shirley and Matt and all the attendees.

This morning I woke to find that I had–picture me uttering gasps of dread here–No Internet Service.  I checked every router and even called my bookkeeper to make sure the bill had been paid.  :)  Whatever the problem was, it’s been fixed.  It scares me a little to think how dependent I really am

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”