Welcome to the official site of C. Derick Miller! Author, freelance A&E journalist, ASCAP songwriter, poet, and ordained minister...there's a little bit of something here for everyone! Into dark fiction? There are books to quench your thirst for the shadows! Are you a Texas author wanting to get reviewed or a local band needing exposure?... Continue Reading →
I love it when I read reviews of my work. Good or bad. This one is good! I only bought a kindle version of this because Horror stories are not my "go-to". I wanted to read it on the recommendation of a friend. Now I'll probably have to order a print copy, too. Because I... Continue Reading →
This week, I review Sharon K Middleton's "Beyond McCarron's Corner: Sassy's Story Enjoy! Read The Review!
I'm on Cloud 9 right now! On October 25th, I will have the opportunity to interview the son of a legend! Marty Haggard, son of the legendary Merle Haggard, is coming to my hometown to play a show! If you're in the Greenville, TX area, come join me! Tickets are $25 in advance and $30... Continue Reading →
Disclaimer: Once again, this is not my photograph. I borrowed it from the internet due to the likeness of my main character I just put the finishing touches on Chapter 16 of my upcoming novel Extinguished! Chapter 17 is calling me! 90 days of hard work in my spare time (with a few days off... Continue Reading →
Musician Tommy Cross (8 Bore, Whiskeyhat) and I played the Texan Theater today for what they call The Hump Day Happy Hour! (The clock on the north side of the courthouse has been stuck at 5 o'clock forever therefore...it's always 5 o'clock in Greenville, TX. If you can't believe the courthouse...what can you believe?). I... Continue Reading →
If you're in or near the town of Greenville, Texas this week, I will be a busy little man! Wednesday September 19th at 5pm I will be appearing at the Texan Theater for the Hump Day celebration. Musician Tommy Cross and I will try our best to entertain you to give thanks for mid-week! Saturday... Continue Reading →
"Visions of the past invaded the young man’s mind like a dated video cassette, watched repeatedly until visibly worn. He’d known nothing of a normal life. He had no childhood friends to reflect fondly upon and few Christmas mornings to recall overjoyed satisfaction. No, his life was in shambles from the moment his first breath... Continue Reading →