#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Feeding Horses & Other Worthy Enterprises

The sun is just about to rise, and I’m looking forward to heading out to the barn to feed the horses and have a morning chat with them. Horse energy is a very special thing and, of course, different from dog or cat energy.

I took off to have a haircut yesterday (badly needed) and so I have some catching up to do today. I did manage to write ten pages–but I have yet to get Gideon to that wedding! He and I are trying to figure out how to go about it. :)

I’ve been fighting off a cold or a case of the flu for weeks–yesterday, it almost tackled me. I outran it though, and hope to do so again today. Obviously, the horses have to be fed, whether I feel like doing it or not. And that chapter must be written, if I’m to have the book done before I leave on my “Rustler” tour September 30, which is my goal. It’s certainly going to be a challenge–this is my FOURTH full-length book this year, after all–but I’m asking for extra Grace to get it done.

What would I do without Grace?

Perish the thought.

Have a great weekend, ladies and gentlemen. I definitely intend to–though it might involve hot toddies or Nyquil. :)

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