#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2013

I’m a believer!

Had my first acupuncture treatment, and I’m sold.  No, nothing miraculous happened.  It was very relaxing, though, and I want to follow this trail for a while and see where it leads.  Part of my new taking-care-of-me program.

An update on the bioidentical hormones: I’ve been on the meds six months now–it takes that long for the hormones to get into the blood stream and establish themselves there, apparently–and I KNOW they’re working.  At one time, I had my doubts, but there have been some very positive results in my health since late May and I’m convinced the BHs are

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Today’s the day!

I will be finishing up “Big Sky Secrets” today, except for any polishing my editor may want.  I am going to MISS this book, even mourn it a little, but ideas for my brand new series are already percolating in my brain, as are the characters and the majestic Western setting–this time, it’s Wyoming.  Stay tuned for more details–you’ll hear them here first.  :)

I’m looking forward to my accupuncture appointment this afternoon–I’m ready for some relaxation.  I’ve been following a pretty strict schedule these past two weeks or so.  The thing is, I’ve grown to LOVE getting up so early,

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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.