Beth Miller works as a deputy editor of a magazine, but has been at various times a sex educator, alcohol counsellor, university lecturer and inept audio-typist. She has a PhD in Psychology.
For the past three years she has written a weekly column for a local journal. She has had pieces published on the Times website, and she blogs regularly for a TV site, writing about programmes ranging from True Blood to The Archers.
Beth was chosen for the first Arvon selected novel-writing course led by Jim Crace, and more recently received a mentoring award from the Literary Consultancy. She is a long time member of a critical writing group, and is currently working on her second novel.
Her first two novels, When We Were Sisters and The Good Neighbour are published by Ebury.