Mike E. Miller has spent the past fifteen or so years working in business and technology, battling the internal voice that was telling him that he should be writing down the stories in his head. Finally, in 2012, he sat down to pen The Timekeeper’s Son, a suspenseful tale about one man’s chance to revisit his own life choices. While he, along with many writers, continues to live in the day-to-day grind of employment, he knows that writing is a bit like the infamous Pandora’s Box: once it is opened, it cannot be closed up again.
Mike lives in a small suburb on the southern edge of Kansas City, Missouri. He lives with his wife, his two amazing boys, a neurotic German shepherd, and an obnoxious tuxedo cat who believes he owns the place.
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