The Skeleton Key is a collection of human emotion. There is nothing more human than love, grief, excitement, desire, and pain. This poetry anthology focuses on the core aspects of human nature and explores the consequences of life's adventures.
The Long Way Home
“You get a strange feeling when you're about to leave a place, like you'll not only miss the people you love, but you'll miss the person you are now at this time and this place, because you'll never be this way ever again.” - Azar Nafisi
In the 1960s, Bryce Hospital was the best-kept secret on the campus of the University of Alabama, tucked behind rows of aged oak trees. In a time when Bear Bryant ruled southern Saturdays and George Wallace’s fiery policies still loomed in the background of daily life, Bryce Hospital was stained with the blood of thousands of patients left to the wayside.
The Long Way Home takes you on a journey through one woman’s search for independence and acceptance. Join Molly as she tells her story through the pages of her personal journal that chronicles racism, women’s rights, and mental health reform in 1960s America. You will find a cast of characters that do more than just enlighten your soul, they will steal your heart.
Little Liam (A Miller Children Book)
"Little Liam" was written for my son Liam a few weeks before his birth. It has become a family favorite for babies, toddlers, young children, and families all over the world as they celebrate their growing child.
Huggable Holdyn (A Miller Children Book)
"Huggable Holdyn" was written for my daughter a few weeks before her birth. It has become a family favorite for babies, toddlers, young children, and families all over the world as they celebrate their growing child.
Don’t Forget You Love Me
"There is a saying that no man has tasted the full flavor of life until he has known poverty, love, and war.” -O. Henry
Don’t Forget You Love Me follows the stories of two high school sweethearts, Erin Williams and Tyler Henderson, as they navigate the consequences of their life’s choices.
Erin and Tyler spend all of their days on the South Carolina beach headfirst in love until America’s War on Terror pulls Tyler into the fray leaving Erin behind to pick up the pieces of their once perfect life. Surrounded by her friends and family, Erin must grow up quickly and create a life of her own. Tyler, thrust into the raging war in Iraq, must learn how to survive in such a hellish nightmare, cut off from everyone and everything he has ever known.
Until one day a postcard arrives in the desert and turns Tyler’s new life upside down.
The Poet’s Gift
Jaimie’s poetry fearlessly explores the emotional heart while remaining true to her foundation of realism.
Jaimie E. Miller’s love of language shines through brilliantly in her debut collection of poetry. She considers herself “The People’s Poet,” writing about the true human conditions; life, love, pain, forgiveness, death, and hope. Jaimie’s poetry fearlessly explores the emotional heart while remaining true to her foundation of realism. Whether delving into heartbreak and loss in such works as “Address in the Stars,” personal strength in “Enough,” or passion in “When You Look At Me Like That,” she displays an understanding bound to enrich your own personal adventures.