Ann Miner is a freelance writer, speaker and workshop leader. She writes a column for the local newspaper to educate the public on Parkinson's disease.
She has been a member and served on the boards of the High Desert Branch of California Writers' Club, Southern California Conference on Prayer and Healing, and Supporting Women In Ministry (S.W.I.M.), International. She is a member of the San Diego Christian Writers' Guild.
Ann lives in Apple Valley, California.
I Lift My Eyes
In her debut nonfiction collection, "I Lift My Eyes," Miner weaves together short stories about her life and the inspirational nature of the everyday. The stories are compact, precise and well executed, making them easy to digest. In the preface, Miner writes, "While our lives are unique to our experiences, we can find similarity with one another." Indeed, readers may connect to many of the author's life experiences, see how Miner drew inspiration from them and even adapt her ways of thinking to their own lives.
An engaging book that illustrates how meaningful ordinariness can be.
Kirkus Indie Review
Polly Possum's wandering Path
"Polly Possum's Wandering Path" is an alliterated children's book with winsome watercolors by local artist, Libby Farmer. The story is about a little girl possum who wakes up hungry, finds food in a garden ("she licks the luscious leafy lettuce and likes it"), and does not notice where she is going. When her tummy is full, she discovers she is lost and must find a way to get home.