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I am a writer, violinist, software developer, and mother of three.  I've lived in five states and three countries, and I enjoy bringing my varied experience to my books and stories.  I write both fiction and non-fiction; books, stories, articles and essays.  I enjoy writing, and I enjoy writing about writing, and I hope that you will find something on this website that helps you enjoy it too. 

Come visit me on:

Facebook -- my Facebook author page

Twitter -- my Twitter feed

My Blog -- my home over on Wordpress. -- the official website for the Alexis Brooks series -- the official website for the Ravanmark Saga

SandraMillerReaders -- my website for my readers

From my Smashwords profile page:

Sandra Miller is an author. She's that girl you knew in school who always had a notebook in one hand and a pen in the other, and spent every spare second experimenting with ways to put them together.

Her fiction works have previously appeared in Alienskin Magazine, Long Story Short, and Bewildering Stories. 

Her poetry has appeared at Storyhouse, and one of her poems won the Grand Prize in the FictionAddiction 2002 poetry contest.

Her non-fiction articles have appeared in Writer's Journal, Music for the Love of It, Antiques & Collecting Magazine, Writing World, Vision for Writers, and Writer's Forum, a Writer's Digest publication. 

She can be found on the web at

From the cover of Concerto for Three:

Sandra Miller is a violinist who has performed in the Nevada Symphony Orchestra and the UNLV Symphony. She has played in TV commercials, musicals, and played in the band for a Kenny Rogers show. She earned her Bachelor of Music from UNLV and taught junior high school orchestra for a year. Living in Las Vegas for ten years gave her ample opportunity to perform many different styles of music in many different venues. Her long and varied experience in music is reflected in the backdrop for her novel Concerto for Three; the fictional National Philharmonic Symphony. After leaving Las Vegas she went to graduate school to study computer science. Currently she works as a software developer in Arkansas.