Wendy Miller is the author of romance and romantic suspense novels. She began writing as a child, and with the encouragement of her grandmother, as well as other family and friends, she eventually independently published her first novel, Tangled Deceit. She is often working on more than one project at a time, because her brain refuses to focus on only one.
Wendy is also a single mother of two sons, both of whom have ADHD. She homeschools both of them, as it allows them to be educated without being medicated.
When she isn't teaching her sons, researching or writing on her latest project(s), she enjoys reading, watching television and movies, listening to a huge variety of music, swimming, camping, and even fishing now and then (though she does not bait her own hook or remove her catch from the hook. Why do you think she had sons?).
You can learn more about Wendy on her website, http://www.wendy-miller.com. She also loves to hear from her readers, and you can email her through her website or at email@example.com.
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Smashwords book reviews by Wendy Miller
- Men Aren't Stupid. And Nine Other Free Lessons That Will Change Your Life
on Sep. 29, 2012
There were some real nuggets of wisdom to this book. But there were other parts that I felt came across more as though the author is very cynical toward men. In one of the lessons, the impression I came away with was that, to hear her tell it, all men want sex, all men will do anything to get sex, and that any man who merely breathes in a woman's direction is hoping to get laid. I think that might be a bit of an over the top way of looking at men, and I wonder if that is really how the author sees them.
But, as I said, there are some real nuggets of wisdom. The idea of choosing an honorable man, of remembering that men are basically simple creatures without a whole lot of subtext, and that a man who wants to marry you will marry you - those are all great. Those are all things women need to know and should remember, and I know I certainly will.