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So far Elise Miller has created 28 blog entries.

Suck it up Sunday

October 24th, 2016|

Yesterday I perused the web for fitness motivation. It began with Bret Contreras, one of my favorite online fitness experts. Bret is known as “The Glute Guy,” and if you […]

reflective bitch

September 30th, 2016|

There is so much shitty shit happening in the world right now that it feels almost pointless to blog in the midst of it, unless I’m going to blog about […]

a mouse’s pawful

September 17th, 2016|

It’s been a rocky, rough first week-and-a-half of school for one of my children, who is in the throes of arguing with the reality of homework. Too many occasions at […]

Waking the Lasagna

September 7th, 2016|

Spell-check might be aggravating, but once in a while it hands you poetry. The name of my memoir will be Waking the Lasagna, and Other Mishaps of Modern Life. It’s […]


August 19th, 2016|

One part of me:

Wants to hide. Hang out in real life with flesh and bone friends and family. Not document my most glorious or hilarious waking moments as they unfold. The […]

#TBT — that time I went to Hillary’s birthday party

July 29th, 2016|

Wednesday, October 25, 2006


Aaahhhh! Feel like I’m running too fast this morning. Dragged Stella to Banana Republic, parked miles away so I could have a brisk morning rush through Cobble […]

dear diary

June 23rd, 2016|

Sitting here looking at FB. Insta. Never ever a good idea. as soon as it gets the teeniest bit obsessive, that little seed of mental unrest takes root. because I […]

#tracingthebones #launchparty

June 5th, 2016|

There are few words for this post other than an expression of gratitude. The evening couldn’t have happened without so many generous and supportive friends and family, like Alicia Kopp, who […]

writing tips

June 3rd, 2016|

Good Day Dear Reader,

On this rainy day before the official launch party for Tracing the Bones, I want to share my 10 Tips For Writing Chick-Lit (or Really Bad Poetry). I’ve […]

there will be marshmallows

May 31st, 2016|

I was going to have my book launch at a tiny, human-being-owned book store in Mount Airy, up the twisting and beautiful Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia, about thirty minutes away […]