#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Flowers and Jade

More flowers arrived yesterday from my fabulous publishers, Harlequin–along with a beautiful jade plant for my birthday.  Flowers always make me happy.  :)  I’m thrilled with the plant, too, because I can keep that going.  My Harlequin family spoils me shamelessly–I like that in a publisher.  :)

I’m listening to a book called “The Gifts of Crows”, and it’s absolutely fascinating.  I knew crows and magpies were smart, but I had no idea HOW smart.  Wow.  Look for a talking crow to show up in one of my future books.  :)  Charles Dickens had a pet crow and loved him so much that when the bird died, he had it stuffed and kept it nearby for inspiration.  I don’t think I’d go that far.  :)

I’m off to Parable to write.

More tomorrow.

 

 

2 comments to “Flowers and Jade”

  1. CRYSTAL
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      · June 13th, 2012 at 4:40 pm · Link

    I HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! HAVE FUN IN PARABLE!!! CAN’T WAIT TILL JULY 31ST SO I CAN RETURN!!!



  2. M Robinson
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      · June 14th, 2012 at 9:10 am · Link

    Happy Birthday!

    I love your writing, most of all your character Mojo. I hope we will see her again. It has been too long.



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