#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Time to Stop Talking About the Hurricane

Of course we all care. We all want to help, and indeed we must help. But we cannot afford to become voluntary, indirect victims of this disaster. We will be of no help to anyone, least of all ourselves, if we give in to despair. At least on this blog, we’re going to talk about ordinary things. Life-affirming things.

And so:

Have you sent an SASE for your autographed bookmark?

I have completed the 30 day Tarot experiment I told you about, and I’ve learned a LOT.

Sadie is succeeding on her diet.

I am still doing my 4-minute wonder program and, even though the results don’t show on the outside yet, I can FEEL my muscular structure changing.

I’m staying up on my vitamins and other supplements, getting lots of rest, and focusing on what’s good in life. There is so much to be thankful for.

I’m working on “Deadly Gamble”, the first Mojo book, and going to class at the University of Phoenix.

Most of all, I am counting my blessings.

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