#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2009

Thursday Thoughts

I’m off to a slow start today–another one. I’m letting that be okay. I’ll quietly write my chapter and celebrate Sadie’s progress, (she’s celebrating her dog bed at the moment, worn out from yesterday’s exercise session), do a little art work, and call it good.

I continue to be fascinated with all I’m learning about the workings of the human brain. What a miracle! The things we tell ourselves leave literal pathways in the brain, thereby establishing fairly automatic behavior, for good or for ill. I don’t know about you, but I’m determined to carve out better pathways!


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Saddled Up and Ready to Ride

Right now, part of the theme song from that old television show “Rawhide”, is running through my mind. You know the one, back when Clint Eastwood was a nobody? And those words are, “rollin’, rollin’, rollin”. That’s me! Ready to roll.

I’m leaving on a five-city tour next week, to promote the first book in the Creed trilogy, “Logan”, and I am so excited! I’m hitting three of my favorite cities–Denver, Colorado Springs and San Antonio–as well as two I’ve never been to: Billings and Cheyenne. Talk about Cowboy Towns! Yee-haw!!! In Billings, I’ll be hanging out with my rodeo

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Texas was the most active gunfighting state, with some 160 shoot-outs from the 1850’s through the 1890’s.