Heather Miller is a writer of old-fashioned horror. She dreams of long candlelit passages and things that go bump in the night. Her writing is influenced by the old Gothic stories that she grew up reading, and the terrifying tales she heard at her grandmother’s knee.
She released her first novella, KNOCK KNOCK, in 2021, and her second book, TALES MY GRANDMOTHER TOLD ME, in 2022. Her short stories and poetry have been featured in various magazines and anthologies.
Heather lives in a century-old house (likely haunted) in a tiny town in Oklahoma.
“On a dark night, in an old house, at the top of a tall hill, Millie Carver woke with a start. She didn’t sleep much these days, but she didn’t seem to be much awake, either. For her, the days and nights passed in one long unending solitude, light and dark merging together till her entire world took on a sort of twilit glow, till time itself seemed to slow and stretch and her mind wandered.”
KNOCK KNOCK is Heather Miller’s debut novella, a modern Gothic ghost story that will bring tears to your eyes and cold chills down your spine.
When I was a child, my grandmother told us stories. Stories of monsters and bogeymen, dangerous encounters and strange occurrences. Stories perfect for cold autumn nights and campfire tales. Now I’m sharing those stories with you.
Read if you dare.
TALES MY GRANDMOTHER TOLD ME is Heather Miller’s first short story collection.
Enjoy “The Far Field”, Heather’s haunting, gothic tale of love and betrayal in THESE LINGERING SHADOWS, an anthology from Last Waltz Press.
Read Heather’s magical and emotional story “Baba Yaga in Repose” in the anthology INTO THE FOREST from Black Spot Books.
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