Kind

Tucson writer Ethel Lee-Miller looks at simple acts of kindness.


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The Hyphen

The ongoing saga, and triumph of keeping that hyphen in your last name.


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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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Breakfast in Bed- It’s a Trend

One story in a book sparks another all about Breakfast in Bed. For Wagner College alumna, this was a way of connecting.


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Friends of the Heart

Acknowledging special friends allows author Ethel Lee-Miller time to cherish the friendship.


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Friendships to be Relished

Celebrating friendships, Ethel Lee-Miller savors groups of friends.


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Celebrate Twinship

Celebrating being a twin. Being a twin is the most unusual sibling relationship ever, especially if you are a twin.


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A Relationship with a Baby

Celebrate the relationships you have with babies.


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Birthdays of People and Books

Ethel Lee-Miller celebrates birthdays in March and celebrates a book’s birthday.


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Rules for Fighting Fair

A long-married couple discovers old issues can lurk underneath a smooth relationship.


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Green Valley Authors Day

Meet Ethel Lee-Miller, author of “Seedlings, Stories of Relationships” and “Thinking of Miller Place: A Memoir of Summer Comfort.” Time to chat about your writing and buy some books.


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The Gift of Being Told NO

“We are the architects of our relationship; we are not copying the blueprint of another.” You don’t have to give up architectural dreams. If you can’t be one kind, you can be another.


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Meet the Authors Book Fair- Green Valley

A holiday book fair in Green Valley plus authors giving selected readings. Great way to spend the afternoon and get your shopping done.


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Kindergarten Cuisine–A Thanksgiving Memory

Ethel Lee-Miller’s first attempt at cooking a Thanksgiving turkey might have seemed like a disaster to some, but after all these years, it’s still good for a laugh.


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Who Else Is In Your Writing Life?

Writing is most often a solitary activity. Being in the company of writers eases the loneliness, sharpens skills, and enhances writing. Celebrate your writing.


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