Liberty Elias Miller

Liberty Elias Miller was born in the Pacific Northwest and raised within a family of photographers and writers. After studying photography and journalism in college, she worked as a corporate photographer in the Seattle area for many years before moving overseas and working as a Foreign Correspondent for a marine conservation non-profit. She now lives in Alaska where she owns and operates a coffee shop bookstore and works as a freelance writer. She has published her first book, an autobiography about her solo travels, living as a nomad, and overcoming life’s challenges while maintaining wonder and belief that life is beautiful.

Her book, The Heart of the Runaway, is available on Amazon in print and Kindle. You can see more about Liberty on Facebook, Instagram, or her website.

Latest from Liberty Elias Miller

April 14, 2020

Coronavirus and the Loss of Hugging

February 29, 2020

How I came to Laugh with the “Monster” who Murdered My Brother.

February 24, 2020

I’m Done with the Adventure-Filled, Nomadic, “Dream” #VanLife.

December 3, 2019

Lessons on Forgiveness & a 17-year Secret.

November 12, 2019

The 2 Important Ways that Journaling can Liberate Us.

October 27, 2019

Let Go and Cry, Sister

October 26, 2019

Finding Forgiveness (& my life’s purpose) in Prison.

October 15, 2019

Nomadic Nerves

October 15, 2019

Maybe it’s my Mom’s Fault.