#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


At the Kitchen Table

One of the best blessings of my life as a writer is the freedom. I’ve got a killer deadline, but I can set up this laptop anywhere. There other day, I wrote an entire chapter while watching QVC. (I don’t recommend this method, although it will improve your wardrobe.)

Today, I’m blogging at the kitchen table, after my usual stint of journaling and personal devotions.

In a little while, I’ll go upstairs and write another chapter of “A Wanted Man”. I can’t wait for you to read it.

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