Child’s Play

Tucson writer Ethel Lee-Miller is into playing. “Play may be said to be the ‘work’ of children, but it’s a sanity-saver for adults.”


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Yellow Crocus

If you are a reading addict, here’s a title to read. Tucson writer Ethel Lee-Miller shares a review of Yellow Crocus.


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Who’s Got Your Back?

Tucson author and twin Ethel Lee-Miller celebrates her twinship.


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Lunch – A Feast or a Famine

Tucson writer Ethel Lee-Miller, shares about family feelings that deepen as time goes by


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Loving Kindness

Valentine’s Day thoughts of loving kindness.


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12 Days of Holiday Movies | Christmas Eve

Loretta Young’s character of Amanda Kingsley in the TV movie, “Christmas Eve,” is perfect for an “I believe in Christmas miracles” mood.


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12 Days of Holiday Movies | One Special Night

James Garner and Julie Andrews in “One Special Night” This cozy town setting, and easy paced plot, let you relax on a December night. It’s Julie and James – all will be well.


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12 Days of Holiday Movies | Going My Way

“Going My Way” offers the opportunity to spend time with some honest, sincere characters who also like to sing and laugh.


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Snapshot of a Character

Ideas for characters come from being on the lookout for sights and sounds, with a touch of willingness to be open to whatever comes to mind.


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Stirring the Writing Pot

Ethel Lee-Miller’s Writers Read event in Tucson connects and inspires people to put those thoughts on paper, on the laptop, and share.


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Say What You Mean

Exploring the power of words. What you mean by certain words is influenced by your culture, temperament, past experiences. What is good, cool, bad has different meanings to different people. And yet communication carries on.


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Why Not Subscribe to the Blog?

An invitation to Ethel Lee-Miller’s blog- observations, everyday anecdotes, aha’s, celebrations of life.


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September–A New Year

How Ethel Lee-Miller extends summer in Tucson. The perfect time to move a writing space outdoors.


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Relationship Breakthrough at Logan Airport

Be open to ideas. Air flight instructions take on new meaning for Ethel Lee-Miller when applied to relationships.


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Perspective aka The Rashomon Effect

Perspective as the narrator in a memoir. What is your truth? Dealing with characters’ perspectives in your memoir. The Rashomon Effect.


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Scriveners Writing Group of NJ

It’s more than just feedback. The benefits of a writing group. Scriveners in NJ started with a seed planted by the IWWG in 2003 and provided a decade of writing successful experiences.


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Father’s Day

Talking to God, as I understand Him. Or don’t understand Him. Lessons learned from my father.


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