#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2014

Good Friday and far more ordinary things

Good Friday is always a solemn day for me–a day of remembering the enormous price our Lord paid to ransom every last one of us.   ‘Thank You’ hardly seems to cover it.

I wish you and yours the most joyous and holy Easter ever; may your heart brim with the news: He is risen!

On a more mundane note, our winners for this past week are Christina Ennis and Rita.   Your prizes will be winging their way to you early next week–enjoy and congratulations.  The new contest will begin, as always, on Monday, so be sure to comment.

I made

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Greetings and salutations


It’s been a long but satisfying day, full of brainstorming sessions for the new book, etc.  I also managed to play with my new paints–the Lumiere colors I mentioned recently arrived late yesterday, and I’ve been playing with them, on and off, ever since.  Oh, how I love the rich colors and the gentle shimmer of these paints–it’s as though I’m dipping by brush into a mixture of rainbow-fragments and sunshine, and actually painting with light.  Amazing, and it somehow feeds my spirit.

I’m listening to ANNE FRANK REMEMBERED, by Miep Gies (yes, THE Miep, who so bravely hid the

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