#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2013


I’ve had a great writing day–yeehaw!

The contest begins–finally.  :)

I’ll be giving away two copies of “The Lily and the Lotus” this coming Monday, along with signed copies of a Linda Lael Miller book.  All you have to do to enter is comment–I’d love to know why you want to read “The Lily”.  Be prepared for mind-blowing insights, but REMEMBER, this book, though not an attempt to convert anyone to one faith or the other, combines the wisdom of both Christianity and Buddhism.  I think it’s remarkable and, if anything, it only reenforced my (Christian) beliefs, but it’s full of

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New York, Day 3–and other stuff

On Day 3, I had quite a lot of free time, so I visited Lee’s Art Supply, up on 57th, another favorite.  I’m told Brad and Angelina bring their children there sometimes, but, alas, no sign of the Pitt family on this trip.  :)  I had a ball just the same, picking up a few watercolors, etc.   They carry the larger pans and I like those–didn’t even know they existed before the visit–and that’s one of the best things about traveling, the discoveries.

In the evening, I had a lovely dinner with my long-time agent and dear friend, Irene Goodman, in

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.