I write to connect. Whether helping businesses to connect with customers, or publishing fiction to connect new readers with new ideas, I use words to inform, inspire, enlighten, and encourage.

Business Content

A communicator with strong writing and technical skills, I specialize in long-form written content that establishes your company’s industry expertise, invites and nurtures leads, and promotes customer success.

Establish Your Expertise

Your speaking engagement, trade article, webinar, written piece for LinkedIn or Medium,…

Promote Customer Success

They've purchased your product or retained your services. Congratulations! Now how can…

Invite & Nurture Leads

You've established your subject matter expertise and now you want to drive…


Tech Bylines

My articles have appeared in national trade magazines Law Enforcement Technology, Police…

Client Praise

“Christa… did the lion’s share of work on our organization’s first published study, which was very well received. I would not think twice about bringing her on board any organization I worked on to address social networking, marketing, and public relations.”

Art Bowker, Law Enforcement Professional & Author

I had the privilege of reading two of Christa’s white papers, both of which were well-written, informative, and instrumental in my working developing policy on the legality of the use of cloud technology by law enforcement. I recommend her highly for any tech related project.

Joseph Remy, Assistant Prosecutor, State of New Jersey

“Christa Miller is a fantastic writer with whom I’ve collaborated for many years. She is very knowledgeable about highly technical and complicated subjects and is able to translate them simply in a way that all readers can understand. Her work is consistently on time, well-written and researched. I highly recommend Christa.”

Tabatha Wethal, Editor


My short stories and novellas for both children and grown-ups have been published in print and online.

For a complete list of my stories and where they’re published, click here.

What I’m Blogging About

Writing in all its forms and functions.

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Cultivating sources and stories: November's freelance update

With October’s focus on pitching clients and editors, my attention in November shifted slightly: to build a sustainable freelance business by cultivating the stories to pitch editors with, and the sources to support them. In my past freelance life — […]

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Pitching clients and editors: October’s freelance update

This month saw the publication of my first non-law enforcement, (sort of) non-tech article, a piece of first-person journalism that delved into “Hacking My ADHD.” It’s sort of a continuation of my blog posts on the subject, a more positive […]

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When “too much” might actually be enough: October’s fiction update

Writing this blog this week, I had the thought that I’m really doing an awful lot. Two very different kinds of fiction, plus journalism, plus freelance clients, plus nonprofit work, plus family and home is… more than I suspect a lot of people do.

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