I had so much fun talking with Ryan Drinkard and Jigisha Patel on the Kirkwood Public Library podcast about my latest novel, my favorite Missouri places and my current reads! You can listen to the episode here. My interview starts at 12:30, but I recommend listening to the whole episode!
Did you know that you can NOW get signed copies of my books at the Bookworm Box. And the best thing is that 100% of the profits go to charities in need! Find more information about The Bookworm Box here. Happy Reading!
Hey, guys! You can now get a selection of my books at Lizzy Lu Custom Wreaths in New Haven, Mo. AND they’re all signed! New Haven, Detmold, Berger, Hermann and Washington are all inspirations for most of the settings in my novels. So, if you’re in the area, make your way downtown to the place my very first story began! And while you’re there, check out the store and snag some other really cool local finds you can only get in New Haven, Mo.!
Have you read Daisy and Everton's story, yet? As I work on my next project, I'm constantly reminded of The Dream and its illusions. I often weave dreams into my stories, but this particular title really highlights that theme. If you've read The Dream, what did you think? Was there a happily-ever-after for Daisy? For Everton?
Find The Dream on Amazon!
Love Story, a collection of poems & quotes, is now ONLY $1.99 in e-book on Amazon, for a limited time!
Inside Love Story, you'll find quotes from my small-town novels, along with never-before-seen poems about love, heartbreak, laughter and life in a small town.
My hope is that you enjoy the new ballads that live inside the covers of this book. And also, I hope that you find it a safe place to land when you feel like venturing back into the sleepy, little towns of New Milford, Sweet Home and Ava.
So, in short, this book is old, and this book is new. But like all my small-town stories, this book is ultimately a love story—from my heart to yours.
Find Love Story on Amazon and Amazon Unlimited.
For a limited time, get Pay It Forward for ONLY $1.99 in e-book on Amazon!
Nutsy the Squirrel needs help collecting nuts for the winter. Mama Bird can't find Baby Bird. Brown Cow's tail is stuck in the fence, and Scratch the Dog is lost! Who can help? And how will each repay the other?
Follow these woodland and barnyard animals as they embark on an energetic and captivating journey of paying it forward though simple, everyday acts of kindness. And see how one, small deed can set off a chain of generosity.
A Note from the Author:
I love the concept of paying it forward, and I wanted to capture that theme in a way that children can enjoy and understand. And because I grew up on a farm in a little, Midwestern town, I wanted to have barnyard and woodland animals tell the story. Rabbit starts the journey that meanders through the farm and ultimately ends with Rabbit's "gift" coming back to him. I hope you enjoy, and I also hope that these characters inspire children to pay it forward in their own way.
This book is fun, and the characters are great.
I write about rain on tin roofs, gravel roads, old trucks with holes in the floorboards and small-town summer nights. I grew up on a farm in a little Midwestern town. Now, I live in Kansas City, Mo., with my weatherman husband.
Laura Miller's first
contemporary romance novel, Butterfly Weeds, hit the Amazon Best-Seller's List and Top 100 in October 2012. The sequel to Butterfly Weeds, My Butterfly, released in June 2013. For All You Have Left, By Way of Accident, When Cicadas Cry and A Bird on a Windowsill followed. The Life We Almost Had debuted as a best-seller in 2018. Laura's latest small-town romance, The Dream, released in 2019 and is an Amazon #1 Best-seller. Also check out her book of poetry, entitled Love Story, and her children's book, Pay It Forward, available now!