Sunday, 21 September 2014

Barbara's War -The Resolution

This is on pre-order on Amazon at the moment. Barbara's War -The Resolution is the final part of a three book series. The books can be read as stand alone -but would be better read in order. If Barbara's secret is discovered it will destroy her family, but no one can keep a secret forever. Her husband Alex, a Spitfire pilot, would reject her and her marriage will be over. A tragedy almosts rips the family apart and then Alex is posted abroad. Barbara has to learn to live without him. A series of domestic catastrophes, bad news and the unexpected appearance of her childhood friend, John Thorogood, cause her further heartache. Can she find a happy resolution to her problems? I was sorry to say goodbye to the characters having lived with them through three books. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Fenella J Miller

Friday, 12 September 2014

My sweet romance 'To Love Again' is available now

My sweet romance 'To Love Again' is now available from Accent Press, Amazon and other book platforms as an E-Book or in paperback:

Meg and her little daughter Katie, flee to rural Devon to escape her sinister ex-husband Phillip. Here, Meg meets the reclusive artist, Garth Winter and although neither wants to become friends they cannot ignore the magnetism between them. As the threat from Phillip increases, Meg realises she needs Garth's help to keep Katie safe. Set against a backdrop of country moors and busy London streets, Meg must battle to keep her daughter while she falls irresistibly in love with Garth.

Monday, 8 September 2014


I've been remiss and forgot to post when my latest pocket novel WHISPERS ON THE PLAINS was released at the end of July.

Irish teacher, Meghan Dorney, breaks away from her floundering engagement and takes time out by accepting a six month posting to Mallawa in outback Western Australia.
Widowed wheat farmer, Dusty Nash, of Sunday Plains pastoral station, desperate to let go of his heartbreaking past, is instantly captivated by the spirited Irish redhead who has blown into the district with the chilly winter winds.
Thrown together in the small isolated community, each resists their budding attraction while they resolve personal issues and tragedy. When Dusty finally learns the truth about the district newcomer, can he overcome his hurt enough to forgive and love?
From the vast and rustic Australian outback to the jewel green Irish countryside, WHISPERS ON THE PLAINS, takes you on a journey of personal discovery and redemption toward true love.

But never mind, if you missed it, it is now available in paperback and Kindle ebook from Amazon here or paperback from The Book Depository here and ebook from Smashwords here in all formats.

Monday, 1 September 2014



This book has been shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger. First published by Robert Hale in hardback, the book then appeared in large print and was picked up by Harlequin Worldwide for a paperback edition. I have now put Sleeping Dogs on Amazon as an e-book available for download at £1.85. I had to wait until the Hale rights reverted to me before I could publish it myself.

I wanted to make the point that there is more than one avenue to go down with a book. I know there are even more places this book could go to for publication, but I have now got it where I want it to go and I am keeping my fingers crossed that it does well as an e-book. All my books, except one, first appeared in print format before they became e-books, most of them as Pocket Novels. I am one of those people who need to be told my books are worth publishing before I go down the Indie route. A lack of self-confidence on my part, probably, and I know a lot of authors have been very successful with self-publishing alone.

I recently sold the first book of (hopefully) a trilogy to Maggie, and eventually all three will appear in large print and as e-books. I am still trying to break into the magazine serial market and I will get there in the end, but meantime I have no one breathing down my neck demanding a book or two a year. I hate working to a deadline and enjoy being my own boss, but I really admire the writers who are with one or other of the big publishers and maybe even envy them a little.