Welcome to my homepage – the centre on the web for all my creative ventures.
I write murder mystery novels. My first novel, The List, was published by Crooked Cat books in July 2017. I have since parted ways (amicably) with them, so unfortunately it’s coming up as out-of-stock on Amazon. However, 2019 is going to be a very exciting year. I have finished writing sequel, Buzzard House and that is now in the process of finding a new home. Hopefully there will be more Jonah Greene in your bookshops very soon.
In addition to all of that, I’ve been working on a whole new series, the Angel and Haines mysteries. Again, traditional crime fiction, focusing on the dynamic between Emma Angel who’s starting her career in CID and Rob Haines who’s nearing the end of his career and acts as a mentor. This is currently in pre-production (fancy way of saying that I’ve written the first draft and it now needs editing, cover design, formatting and all the other jobs doing before it’s released). This will be self-published and should be available in the next few months.
This series will be set in Wootenshire, which is another creative project I’ve been working on. It’s a fictional county in England that will become a playground for many writers of different genres to set stories. In time, we’ll make it place that feels real and familiar to readers.
I also have written non-fiction in the past, primarily on pagan and new-age topics. I have also had articles placed in LLewellyn’s Witches Calendar 2011 and Magical Almanack 2011 and 2012. In 2006 I wrote the Busy Pagan – a guide to living a pagan lifestyle in the modern world. My articles also have also appeared in pagan magazines and the local newspaper. I’m also contributing to a Wheel of Year web page run by my good friend Jan Shepherd. Hopefully the research for this will motivate me to finally get on with the much needed rewrite of The Busy Pagan.
My blog is here or under the tab at the top. It’s mostly about Minecraft and parenting. I’m a full time, stay-at-home house husband to three lovely boys and blog about my life. However, when I’m writing a novel I tend to put all my energies into that and not into blogging so it does go quiet sometimes. You can follow me on Facebook or Twitter (@GrahamHMiller) as well or even just email me.
I also have everything else that I do creatively filed under the creative projects tab.
So this is my website. Down the side you can see links to some other places I pop up on the web, like Facebook and Twitter.