I'm an author, a teacher, and book coach.
I've published six novels, including the Kindle Top Twenty bestseller, The Missing Letters of Mrs Bright. I've also published two non-fiction books.
I'm an Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Brighton, and a creative writing tutor on the Creative Writing MA at West Dean College. I also work as a one-to-one book coach for people at all stages of their writing.
The Woman Who Came Back to Life (2022)
Pearl Flowers has been hiding away for so long that she has forgotten what real life is like. Her quiet routine in a woodland cottage in France is restricted and lonely. But at least it keeps her safe, far away from the secrets she left behind.
But when an unexpected phone call from England throws her calm existence into chaos, Pearl has to face up to the world she's rejected for so long...
Beth Miller has crafted another masterpiece. This book broke my heart a thousand times but filled me with love and hope and made me want to call everyone I know to tell them I love them.
A deeply emotive, heart rending story about families and love in all their different forms .
Netgalley reviewer on
The Woman Who Came Back to Life
I wouldn’t have written a novel without Beth. Her advice included everything from general points about what a successful novel requires, to specific feedback on my own work, which really was invaluable.
I still return to her words and wisdom whenever I’m stuck and it never fails to give me the boost I need.
I owe her a lot.
Amy Lavelle, author of Definitely Fine (2021) and Home Sweet Home (2023), published by Orion
Best writing course here. Fantastic handouts. Great pace. Encouraging and instructive. Never boring. Feel inspired! Would come again.
Really generous, engaged, highly skilled tutor. Plenty of time for discussion, challenging but always positive.
Students attending Key Skills for Novelists course at West Dean College, July 2023