A diverse writer of columns, feature stories, short fiction, novels, screenplays and stage plays, Maryann Miller has won numerous awards including being a semi-finalist at the Sundance Institute for her screenplay, A Question Of Honor. She has also won the Page Edwards Award for short fiction.
Her work has appeared in regional and national publications, and the Rosen Publishing Group in New York has published her non-fiction books for teens, including the award-winning Coping with Weapons and Violence In School and On Your Streets.
One Small Victory was first published in hardback from Five Star Cengage/Gale and is now available as an E-Book. She has other books published, including a romance, Play it Again, Sam, several short stories, and a book for tweens, Friends Forever.
Other experience includes extensive work as a PR consultant, a script doctor, and an editor. For her editing rates, visit her Web site.
Miller lives on some acreage in the Piney Woods of East Texas with her husband, one horse, two goats, two dogs, three cats, and an assortment of moles and gophers the cats have been unsuccessful at catching.
When not working, she enjoys theatre, both onstage and off, and is an avid reader.