Beth Miller

Beth Miller is the author of six novels, including the bestselling The Missing Letters of Mrs Bright (2020). Her most recent novel, The Woman Who Came Back to Life (2022), will be published in seven languages. She has also published two non-fiction books. She teaches creative writing at various places, including for Arvon. She works as a writing mentor and book coach for writers at all stages, particularly at the submission stage. She has a PhD in Psychology and is a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Brighton University.

Beth is also teaching short courses at the West Dean London Bloomsbury campus. (Please see the link in the Short Courses toolbar on the website)


  • The Woman Who Came Back to Life (2022, Bookouture)
  • Starstruck (2021, Farrago)
  • The Missing Letters of Mrs Bright (2020, Bookouture)
  • The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom (2019, Bookouture)
  • The Good Neighbour (Ebury, 2015)
  • When We Were Sisters (Ebury, 2014)


  • For the Love of The Archers (2022, 2015, Summersdale)
  • For the Love of Shakespeare

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