Jocelyn Miller has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Canada, Mexico, the Yucatan, the Caribbean, and the United States. Her early childhood opened the door to the diversity of the human race, spending her primary years learning to read and write in Spanish while living with her family in Puerto Rico, and then St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, absorbing the colorful and rich history of the Caribbean. In contrast to island life, her teen years were spent in the Scottsdale, Arizona desert, amidst the intermingled cultures of Hispanic Mexico, Native Americans of the southwest, and the cowboys and ranchers of the vanishing desert vistas.
An interest in genealogy and early American history catapulted Jocelyn to her present-day vocation; to write of the lives of women of all class and cultures throughout the early centuries of civilized America. An avid student of colonial, frontier and Victorian history, Jocelyn has dedicated many hours and travels to the research of historical facts and details pertaining to the lives of women of these eras.
Born to talented and artistic parents, Jocelyn was encouraged from an early age to pursue creative endeavors. Her artistic abilities blossomed in the form of writing, modeling, drawing, poetry, and creative costuming, at which she spent several years creating award-winning costumes for an east coast dance company. Jocelyn, Co-Regional Coordinator of the Eastern Shore Writers Association, has published in History Magazine, and Heritage of the Toe River Valley, Avery, Mitchell and Yancey Counties N.C.
Jocelyn writes from Sanibel, Florida,and Chesapeake Bay on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, where she lives with her husband of thirty three years, two Yorkie rascals, and a very loud parrot
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