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A student of meditation since 1976 and a graduate of The Iowa Writers’ Workshop, I have been sharing stories of spiritual experience and contemplation—through articles, books, and public talks—since 1990. I'm the author of two children's books on meditation, and co-author with John Lee of Writing from the Body: For Writers, Artists and Dreamers. As an editor, I have developed numerous successful books for adults in the areas of personal growth, women's issues, and global activism, as well as books for children. My editorial and book publishing consultancy (visit provides personalized help for authors of uplifting, inspiring books.

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Endorsed by John Gray, PhD, and Chicken Soup author Marci Shimoff, my book is Sacred Visitations: Gifts of Grace that Transform the Heart and Awaken the Soul. In it I share some of the wondrous spiritual experiences I've been graced with right in the midst of creative work, family life, and everyday challenges. I included 5 Steps of Sacred Awareness that readers of any tradition can use to find wisdom hidden in their days. You can hear or read an excerpt from the book at There you can also listen to the Sacred Visitations Podcast (on "Ceci's Journal") and subscribe to SAINTS E-Letter, a monthly contemplation on the sacred.

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Several years ago I began writing Sacred Visitations, not because I wanted to write a book, but because I couldn't hoard the wealth any longer. Profound, life-changing and life-instructing experiences had come my way, and how many others knew about it? A few. I'd learned so much about how to mine these extraordinary moments so…


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At 3:35pm on April 13, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
Yes, it would be a good fit.
At 3:16am on February 21, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
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At 8:25pm on August 8, 2008, John E. Smethers, Ph.D. said…
In case you're interested, there's a chapter in my book on the spiritual experiences of those I interviewed in 12-step programs. John
At 8:12pm on December 26, 2007, ceci miller said…
Blessings of the New Year, everyone! With love, Ceci
At 5:19pm on December 24, 2007, Kenneth McGhee said…
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Walk by faith, fulfill your God given purpose and reach your destiny.
Kenneth McGhee – Author
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At 3:44am on September 1, 2007, Lawrence Abiola Olaifa said…
Hello Ceci, Thank you for dropping by with that uplifting comment. I am most grateful for your wonderful insight. I visited your websites and was really thrilled by your numerous accomplishments.

I am most interested in your marketing part and would like to know how you could be of help with my book. I shall be very delighted to work with you.

Hope to hear from you soon.
At 2:04am on August 30, 2007, ceci miller said…
We did a book last year called Women Connected: A Session-by-Session Coaching Guide for Women's Groups (endorsed by Marianne Williamson and Christiane Northrup, MD -- see which is an invaluable resource for anyone starting a women's group. This is my favorite, but we've also addressed issues of the divine feminine in works such as Path of the White Wolf ( I work with many female authors. Will take a look at your articles. Your work sounds fascinating! Blessings, Ceci
At 4:02pm on August 29, 2007, Charlotte McPherson said…
I live in Turkey and there are a lot of different types of women's issues here. What type have you addressed in your articles and books? Impressed you have been endorsed by John Gray. Great! I 'm a columnist and you may enjoy my articles: wish you much success! I was in Settle in June-it is beautiful there.
At 1:30pm on August 29, 2007, ceci miller said…
I worked as a paralegal for 4 years in my twenties, writing and publishing my original work (poetry, fiction, and articles) on the side. Since 1988 I've worked exclusively as an editorial and publishing consultant. Originally I worked with several bestselling authors on their books. I'm still in touch with them! But now I work to empower and guide first-time authors and independent publishers who are just starting out. An exciting number of the books and series we've launched have met with phenomenal success. You can find out more about my publishing work at (People particularly seem to enjoy the Book Credits page). My most recent book, Sacred Visitations, came out last August and was nicely endorsed -- more about it at I see you're thinking of coming to Seattle; love to have coffee with you if we can schedule it before you come. If you do a book signing here, I recommend Third Place Books or Barnes & Noble at University Village, since you're a mystery writer. Blessings to you! Ceci
At 7:48pm on August 28, 2007, RENEE MORGAN-HAMPTON said…
Thanks Ceci. Stay in touch. How long did you work as a litigation paralegal? What is your focus now?

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