Too blessed to be stressed

Monday, Feb 25

Those words come from a sign on a local halfway house, and they do seem fitting.
“Big Sky Summer” is coming in June–which means it will be available on the last Tuesday in May. 
Today, I brainstormed the next book–“Big Sky Secrets”–which is the last of the Big Sky books.  I will begin writing the story as soon as I get home from Florida–next Monday.  Landry Sutton and Ria Manning are our story-stars.  I can’t wait to introduce them to you, though you will meet them in “Big Sky Wedding.”  (January?  I have to double check.)
The renovations go on.  Today, the work in another bathroom was begun.  This time, there was black mold behind the tub!  The poisonous kind.  Yikes.  Not to worry, though–the problem has been dealt with, but it makes a person wonder.  Suppose I hadn’t decided to renovate now, instead of later?  I definitely believe in divine guidance.  Another carpet was torn out–one more to go–and that’s a big relief to my allergies. 
Tomorrow I will draft the outline for the new book, send it off to my beloved editor, Joan Marlow Golan, and then pack for the Florida trip.  I will do my best to blog while I’m away, but as you know, I sometimes run into technical problems when away from home, so please be patient with me.  🙂  I will definitely bring back at least one “Florida” prize for the contest.
You are so kind, but please don’t worry about me.  I was VERY tired after finishing “Big Sky Wedding”, but I’m so proud of the book, and I can hardly wait to share it with you.
After the “Big Sky” series comes a new one, set in Wyoming.  I’m thinking up names for fictional towns right now.  🙂
I’ll blog again tomorrow, though I will be traveling on Wednesday and will therefore be incommunicado all day, probably. 
On March 1 I’ll be appearing at a place called Treasure Island, giving a talk and signing books.  I will post exact details tomorrow.
In the meantime, God bless.  Each and every one of you has a place in my heart–and His.

About Linda

The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.

Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.

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