Newest book to be released in October from Dot’s House!

Rachael N. Miller and Dot’s Micro-Publishing House are excited to announce the release of Rachael’s second book, Silent Stories: Sharing Hope, Love, and Loss After Miscarriage. In honor of Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, all pre-orders in the month of October will receive a 10% discount.

1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. If so many women experience this painful loss, why are so many of them silent about the issue? Many walk through the aftermath feeling betrayed and alone. Through sharing her story, Rachael N. Miller hopes to invite other women to open up about their wounds from pregnancy loss and begin their journey to healing.

Rachael N. Miller is a young author, artist, and Chick-fil-A employee currently adventuring in Greeley, CO. She has been scrapping together stories since she was twelve, and started off by writing poor fan fiction off her favorite series: Redwall. Her first young adult novel, The Black Robin of Ferryn, was written as a school project when she was fifteen; she went on to self-publish the finalized work her senior year in high school. Rachael dreams about writing more fiction as well as several non-fiction works, but she’s pretty slow at getting things done and struggles with a condition called “Procrastinating Perfectionism.” In 2014, she got hitched to a green-eyed elf, and they go on many everyday adventures together. In October, 2015 they lost their first child, Butterfly, to a blighted ovum miscarriage. Rachael has a passion for sharing her story as well as inspiring other women to share their own.

Click HERE to order your copy today!



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