Welcome! I’m Sarah P. Miller.
I’m a social media strategist (who still thinks of herself as just a plain old writer) living the good life in rural Southwest Wisconsin with my husband, my books, my compost pile, and my sarcasm. I work for love and money for a small public university, where I spread my passion for black coffee, office desserts, and revolutionary technology. You can read all about my professional life here.
More than a one-tweet pony, I was a contributing writer to Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer, published by Norton in 2010. (Don’t worry; my story is not about my real mother.) I also write Blue Truck Book Reviews, when the mood strikes me.
Probably as a result of a lifetime spent obsessively reading, I’m a lover of information. I’m particularly interested in the paths and power of both on- and off-line social networks and am fascinated by ecosystems, human and otherwise. My curiosity pretty much never ends.
Thanks for stopping by and for giving me a minute of your time. (And for not pointing out that I am, indeed, one of those annoying people who insist on using their middle initial. Trust me, it’s necessary.)