Leah Miles – Duval County Author

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Leah Miles is a fairly newbie to the writing scene. She has not published a book…yet…but is hoping to very soon. Her current work-in-progress has qualified her for a Maggie nomination through the Georgia Romance Writers group. Yes, Lean lives and works in southern Georgia. But she is the current president of our local First Coast Romance Writers group. She has contributed novellas for each of their published anthologies including the latest one called “Romancing the Tropics“.

Brief Bio

Leah Miles is the ultimate bookworm, devouring stories in any genre. Currently, she’s creating a contemporary series, where each story stands alone, yet shares characters, all wrapped up in a thrilling blend of suspense and military romance. Her latest work-in-progress is a heart-pounding Romantic Suspense novel that’s a finalist in the pre-published division of the 2023 Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie Awards.

With her keyboard gets a break, she is off exploring new destinations or enjoying quality time with her hubby and their rambunctious cocker spaniel pup. She was born and raised in Georgia and works full-time managing an insurance office. She has three adult children, who all live in Georgia but don’t visit often enough.


h3>Contact the Author

Website: https://leahmilesauthor.com/
Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/leahmilesauthor/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leahmilesauthor/
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/20574235.Leah_Miles
Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/leah-miles
Amazon Profile: https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B08F77ZDS6

Books by the Author

Romancing the Holidays – Volume 1 – “A Pug Thanksgiving” 2020
Romancing the Holidays – Volume 2 – “Stolen Christmas” 2021
Romancing the Holidays – Volume 3 – “Fireworks Again” 2022
Romancing the Tropics Anthology – “Love in the Conch Republic” 2023

Coming Soon in November 2023 – Maggie Award Finalists

Father Identified by Leah Miles

Interview With the Author

1. Have you ever considered writing under a pseudonym, and why or why not?
I did consider a pseudonym, but I decided I am proud of my words and I want my own name on the story. I also didn’t see a benefit to creating additional social media for an imaginary person.

2. What part of the book was the most fun to write?
I love to write the inciting moment. The event or action scene that kicks off the story and the protagonists journey.

3. What comes first for you — the plot or the characters — and why?
Definitely the characters. If you create an interesting character and build out the goal, motivation, conflict, character flaw, relationship barrier… you basically have a story already.

4. When did you first call yourself a writer?
I don’t remember when I wasn’t a writer. I planned to be an author when I was in elementary school, I just got derailed by schooling and family and career. Taking the time to write is a choice. Like that cake I had with dinner. Everything is a choice.

5. What books did you grow up reading?
The black stallion novel series, Judy Bloom, Where the Red Fern Grows…really anything I could get may hands on.

6. If you had the power to cure a disease of your choosing, what would it be?

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jolenemac66 https://websandblogsforwriters.com

I am a retired medical office worker who sold everything, bought an old RV and began traveling around the state of Florida with her mother and youngest daughter. My mother has since passed and I work on my books, blogs and websites in the rural quiet of Suwannee County Florida.

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