Cross Your Fingers

Wednesday, Jun 29

My friend Josanne Lovick, who produced my book, “The Last Chance Cafe” for Lifetime a few years ago, is pitching several of my projects to the Hallmark Channel tomorrow–“The Man from Stone Creek” is among them, along with “A Stone Creek Christmas”–Olivia O’Ballivan’s story.  It would be wonderful to see these stories made into movies.

On the writing front, I’m making progress, but it’s slow going.  All I can say is, I’m going deep with these characters and their story.

“The Creed Legacy” came out yesterday–too early to tell how it’s doing, but after “A Creed in Stone Creek” and “Creed’s Honor”, anything could happen.  I try to stay Zen about these things but, since I’m a Gemini, this often proves to be a challenge.  🙂

Our weather has been great, if somewhat temperamental.  I guess that’s life on Planet Earth.  🙂 

I’m reading “The Memory Palace” on my Nook–still fascinated.  Since I love memoirs, I’ve downloaded several new ones just recently, both on the Nook and the iPod.  My old iPod finally bit the dust, so I sprung (sprang?) for a new one, an iTouch.  It’s all synced and works like a charm.  And it is very interesting to compare it to my last two iPod classics, which I saved to use for storage.  The device is progressively slimmer with each new incarnation–oh to be progressively slimmer myself–barely thicker than a credit card.  I finished the Churchill history–I never get tired of those people.  Like Lincoln, Winston Churchill was a tower of strength and determination, even though he suffered terribly from chronic depression.  Last night, I broke in the new gadget with a comedic memoir, the name of which escapes me.  I’ll fill you in later.  🙂   

It’s time to make more coffee, journal a little, and get on with the day.  Sadie beagle is sleeping soundly nearby, as is usual for her in the mornings.  (And the afternoons, evenings, and nights.)

I hope you have a great day.

About Linda

The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.

Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.

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