#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Headed for the Lake

I’m expecting a furniture delivery, and want to get all set up to write my new western, “The Rustler” in my snazzy lakeview office.

The barn is really taking shape! It’s so exciting to see it going up, day by day.

“McKettrick’s Heart” is still going strong–#7 for the second time, and in its third week on the NYT bestseller list. Thank you, one and all, for your part in making so many dreams come true.

On the hobby front, I’ve been doing some beading and messing around with polymer clay. (You have to throw away a lot of clay, while you’re learning, just as new writers have to throw away a lot of pages!) It’s certainly better than going a round with the frog or Cleopatra. :)

More renovations planned for the main house. (Another reason Sadie and Bernice and I will be at the lake, probably for the majority of the summer.)

May you be blessed, this day and every day.

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.