Jan Lee Miller


Jan Lee Miller is the co-founder of Digilibris Books and author of the book you just so graciously read. Originally born in Tennessee, and currently residing in Cincinnati, OH., despite his wife's need for warm weather he is slowly moving towards more northern climates. Being a self proclaimed, “Fur bearing land mammal” he seeks the ice and snow with more vigor than a viking. Having a long laundry list of former occupations such as Butcher, Wedding DJ, Loan Officer, Auto Mechanic, Varsity and JV Football Coach, Basketball Coach, Military Ballistic Armor Technician to name just a few. The only things he has stayed true to is his family and writing. A published poet and writer of several technical manuals under pseudonyms, he gave up trying to publish fiction after receiving a notebook full of rejections. Choosing instead to focus on raising his family. Now with everyone successfully on their way to bigger and better things, he has, with the encouragement and support of his wife finally chosen to pursue the only endeavor he has never given up. Writing.
The father of three children and one grandchild, he currently lives with his wife, the smartest dog anyone has ever known, as well as the meanest cat that ever walked the earth.

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Other Books available on Kindle:

Crush of Cerulean
Darker Verse
Zero Tolerance, “Tales From Warfield” Part 1
Stranger Things “Tales From Warfield” Part 2

Upcoming offerings:

Since Impact
Scvngrs, Inc.
Private Instigator

Where to find Jan Lee Miller online


Broken: A Short Story Collection
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 42,320. Language: English. Published: October 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
We all break at one time or another. But sometimes when that point is reached and we end up broken, we take someone with us.
Dragon's Fire
Price: Free! Words: 4,900. Language: English. Published: October 13, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
In a dazzling piece of short fiction, a thief and common drag on society gets his comeuppance.

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anthology    fantasy    horror    scary    short story