#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2012

Afternoon blog

I got right into the book this morning, and I was busy all day long, so I’m just now sitting down to blog.

Someone asked about my new schedule: I work four days, and take three to refill the creative well, resting, reading, doing art work, cooking and, sometimes, playing slot machines.  :)

Three winners will be announced tomorrow, per the question, What’s your dream bulb?  (If that confuses you, scroll back a few entries to the blog about my tulip and daffodil bulbs. :))  Check in tomorrow, also, for a new question.

I ordered more seeds at lunch time–lettuce, zuchini,

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Wonderful weekend!  I cooked a pork roast yesterday, and Wendy and Jeremy and Jen all came to have supper with me.  Wendy and Jeremy brought 4 pumpkins, one for each of us, and we carved jack-o-lanterns, making a glorious mess and completely confounding Bernice.  :)  Mine is pretty traditional, while the others are more elaborate–see them on Twitter.  :)  Anyway, it was great fun–I hadn’t carved a pumpkin in years.

There’s a special e-book sale going on until October 22–“Willow”, “Banner O’Brien”, “Desire & Destiny”, “Fletcher’s Woman” and “Corbin’s Fancy” are all on sale for $2.99 each.

I’m back to work on

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The term “keep your ear to the ground” comes from literally putting an ear to the ground to listen for hoof beats.