Joanne Orion Miller

Biography

Joanne Orion Miller has joined the e-publishing revolution and is in the process of uploading books and stories to Smashwords. She is the author of five print books on travel/history and contributor to many more. In addition, her articles, reviews, and interviews appear in Travel Holiday, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market, Writer's Market and numerous other publications. As a fiction author, her short stories have been published in anthologies, small press magazines, and on-line in such publications as Carve Magazine. She was chosen to participate the Spoleto (Italy) Writer's Invitational Conference and short-listed for the Raymond Carver Award. Her photographs appear in several of her own books and others.

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Books

Shaketown: The Madam's Daughter
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 109,620. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Victorian, Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Asian American
Sex is never discussed in the polite drawing rooms of San Francisco society, though there's plenty to be had, from the dank cribs of Chinatown to the glittering sporting houses of the beau monde. Based on real characters from San Francisco's history, this is the story of outsiders who rise to command an underworld empire, forge a family of misfits, and discover true friendship, loyalty, and love.
How You See It
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,530. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literary collections » American / General, Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Marciella is sure her mother has deserted her; but is it true? This short story set in Manhattan's Spanish Harlem follows the very peculiar assumptions of one little girl--and how her life was shaped by them. Psychologists make much of childhood influences. But what if the memories we hold are misinterpreted? Marciella came to know the truth, and in an instant, her life was changed forever.

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chinatown    chinese    desertion    dog story    dogs    family    father    growing up    irish american    kidnap    lesbian    love    madame    manhattan    mother    new york city    prostitute    san francisco    spanish harlem    womens fiction