Christa Miller

Dark Fiction & Children's Fiction

What’s so hard about asking for help?

I have a guest blog up at Forensic Focus, a riff on the impostor syndrome topic I’ve written about previously. I want to add to those thoughts by talking specifically about a more hidden issue that goes broader and deeper than impostor syndrome: the notion of asking for help. Far […]

The Authenticity in Failure

In my last post, I wrote a little bit about how impostor syndrome — the belief, most often seen among high achievers, that the only thing you’re good at is pulling the wool over people’s eyes at how big a fraud you are — had driven a hiatus from my […]

Hold tight and pretend it’s a plan

It’s been awhile since I blogged here; now that I think about it, since around the time I first discovered the “NuWho” Doctor Who reboot on Netflix. Thankfully, however, correlation does not imply causation, and Doctor Who was really part of a larger rebalancing, the start of a process of […]