Meet the Author: Monica Koldyke Miller

Have you ever wondered how authors do it? Who and what inspires them? How do they get started? What’s it like to write a book?

Whether you’re an aspiring author or just a lover of books, you won’t want to miss a visit from Indiana author Monica Koldyke Miller on May 20.

monica miller

Miller is the author of the historical romance novel “Threads of Betrayal,” which weaves a tale of romance and adventure against the backdrop of the Civil War and the Underground Railroad.

threads of betrayal

She will be at Eckhart Public Library on Tuesday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m. Her talk will include how she became interested in writing, who her mentors were and how she got published. She will also speak on the lessons and symbolism in her writing, as well as how the town of Decatur influenced her book cover. Books will be available to purchase after the talk as well.

If you’re planning to attend, please register by clicking here.

To read more about Monica Koldyke Miller and “Threads of Betrayal” – including the prologue and first chapter of her book – visit


About Jenny

I am the Associate Director of Eckhart Public Library. My office is in the Administrative Annex, but I can often be found roaming the Eckhart Public Library Campus, performing acts of librarianship in every department! I love to read and learn about history. I'm also a huge fan of movies, TV and pop culture in general, and I love to read books of all types. Currently, I'm working my way around the romance section, with some historical fiction and graphic novels thrown in for variety! But you never know what I'm going to pick up next.
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