Survivor, Poet, Author, Inspirational Speaker and Child Advocate

Dolores M. Miller is a poet and author living in Pennsylvania. Dolores is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and has been actively involved with organizations who protect children.  Each organization has events and fundraisers each year. Please view the HOME page for ways you can get involved and help Dolores realize her dream - a world where children are safe from abuse.

Proceeds from the books are donated to The Support Center for Child Advocates http://sccalaw.org/ Please contact them to see how you can get involved!

Dolores lives with her Knight in Shining armor, Larry, and together they have two grown children. The family has grown and the grand children are a source of joy and a special inspiration. Dolores loves to move and dance and be free. Dolores loves life!

The Beginning

"What doesn't kill me makes me stronger." I have come through it all - as a survivor of childhood abuse, I know and understand the obstacles faced by children who are currently suffering through abuse and neglect. I was adopted by a young couple and was embraced with love, welcomed into the family and enjoyed a nice childhood. I have so many people who care about and love me. I write to thank all of those people who really helped me, to see that they have made a difference!

Motivation

I learned a lot over the years and there were times when I felt like my life was over. Now, I look at each day as a blessing and a chance to help others, especially children. My passion drove me to publish two books of my work. By purchasing my books you are helping a child to avoid many years of pain. Your support is saving them from years of working through obstacles that test one's will and determination.

My Mission

In my writing I strive to convey the message of the human spirit to overcome adversity, see the beauty of nature and know God’s healing love. As you read my books you will experience the journey and share in the transformation from pain to peace.

Net proceeds from the sale of the books is donated to The Support Center for Child Advocates of Philadelphia. Please visit their website www.sccalaw.org for more information.