News from Susan Miller — October 2021

Dear Reader,

I am so happy to send you my October forecast because it is an unusual one. Despite the fact that Mercury will be retrograde until October 18 (almost always an annoying aspect causing delays and mix-ups), you can nevertheless look forward to a splendid month, filled with many magnificent aspects sprinkled throughout October. I feel these coming jewel-like aspects will be so strong, you may not be ruffled too much by Mercury retrograde. After all, you do have experience with little Mercury and can outwit many of his antics.

I want you to use the many outstanding dates I have listed for you to your full advantage, and I am specific about how you can use them, depending on your sign. The coming aspects are rare as diamonds, and they sparkle just as brightly.

Many of you tell me that you spend lots of time writing down all the dates I give you, which makes me happy, but just know that if you have my annual self-published Year Ahead Astrological Illustrated Wall Calendar, I have done all the note writing for you. Look at the date on the grid of each of the 13 months I give you (I always include January of the following year, in this year’s case, January 2022). You will see all my notes, explaining in easy-to-understand terms (without astro-babble) how best to use that date. Indeed, I write every word, so if you are familiar with my writing style, you will recognize it in the calendar.

I’m so excited to show you my new 2022 Year Ahead Astrological Illustrated Wall Calendar, which is ready to ship worldwide now. If you look at my website where I describe the calendar, I have listed with bullet points my calendar’s features that I know you would appreciate. I also show you samples of some of the gorgeous artwork in the calendar by esteemed artist Izak Zenou, who does a lot of work for well-known beauty and fashion brands. This year I got into the queue earlier to get my calendar to you earlier. The theme for 2022 is “Chic Busy Women In Their Daily Rounds.” I use heavy, matte, archival paper and rich, saturated inks when printing the calendar, so it is truly a collectable. It makes a beautiful gift for family and friends with its price of $26.99 plus shipping.

I have never run testimonials before, as I was always skeptical of sites that run them and wondered where they get them. We thought we would ask readers on social media if they had my calendar and how do they like it. I asked respondents to include their names and phone numbers in case we wanted to get in touch. We also asked readers for their permission to use their comments and run their first name, sign, and city that they live in.

I was so surprised with the enthusiastic responses we got on the first day—we got dozens of testimonials (more beautifully written than I could have ever imagined) from the readers based just about everywhere. Take a look at these heartfelt comments at the bottom of my calendar feature page. To see the page, and to order, go to

According to Google Analytics, 40% of my readers are male, so why do I print a fashion calendar? We know women buy paper calendars, but men don’t. For my male readers, I list the same information in my app, “Daily Horoscope Astrology Zone by Susan Miller” in the premium, paid subscription version ($4.99 a month). I am sure if you are one of my women readers, you will also appreciate having my notes on the app, too.

I find paging through a paper calendar easier when planning a big event. You might agree, or you might be happy with a digital list of dates by month on the app. To get my app, go to the Apple App Store or Google Play and search “Susan Miller,” and you will see me come up wearing a white blouse. (We had to add my photo as some apps are trying to confuse you and pretend they are me.) I have a free version of my app, which you should certainly have, but it does not include my year’s notes of all the important dates of each month—those are only on the subscriber version.

Thank you, too, for the notes you have sent me hoping I am recovering after the terrible accident I experienced that hurt my leg on August 16. During the first month I could not move an inch in my bed, which was difficult psychologically. I had gone to the hospital immediately after the accident and was told that luckily did not break any bones. I had torn a lot of soft tissue and bled profusely internally and severely sprained the tendons and ligaments in the upper thigh of my left leg.

The pain was bad, and I returned home by ambulance, as I could not sit up. I had a hematoma the size of a grapefruit in my left leg. I hired a nurse to help me 24/7 for five weeks (yes, she slept in my apartment’s guest room). I am on crutches now, and quite nimble on my “chopsticks.” I wish I could just walk without crutches, but I am doing exercises to strengthen my left leg, and I hope to be well in another four to six weeks. Thank you for caring and for sending me all your good wishes. Some of you sent paper greeting cards, and I love them!

I have some surprises coming down the pike for you that I will tell you about in my November letter. I can’t wait!

Best wishes,