Jamie M. Miller grew up in a small New Jersey town with very little to do. Her passion for writing sparked at a very young age. Reading inspired Jamie's interest in writing. First, she wrote two books for her Elementary School's Young Authors program. From there, she went on to win a writing contest for an anti-drugs and alcohol campaign for her hometown’s local newspaper. In Jr. High and High School, Jamie wrote poetry for the school’s literary magazine, Spectrum. As an adult, several of her poems were featured in poetry.com's annual poetry compilations. In 2008. Jamie started penning her first novel, Yours, Eternally. In 2011, she began writing a children's series, The Alphabet Kid Fairies and a volume of erotic short stories, Sexy Little Stories (Not for the Prude), along with completing her first full volume of poetry, The Mind of a Mad Genius, along with the completion of several short stories, and other genres of fiction, including Feed, a twist on a potential zombie apocalypse, and The first installment of the three-part Falling For Trouble Series, titled Secrets, Lies and Love.
Also on Jamie's list of accomplishments was the completion of Blood Lineage, a new-age vampire story written by her childhood friend, Amy. Jamie took over Blood Lineage in Amy's honor after her sudden passing in June, 2011. Also in 2011, Jamie was blessed to become a contributing writer for Goddess Magazine, an empowering magazine for plus-sized women. In 2014, Jamie completed a children's book and is awaiting publication for The Boy in the Yellow Raincoat, inspired by her son, and focusing on children with Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism.
Today, Jamie is working on several open projects and focusing on her newest novels, We'll Always Have Tennessee and 12, along with several essay projects and maintaining her blog. She currently resides in New Jersey, with her young son and boyfriend.
- JoinedMarch 23, 2011
The Stormycliff House(Formerly The...
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Fifty years ago, horrific events took place at the Stormycliff House in the quiet town of Cedar Crest. Those...