About Stefne

Stefne Miller was born an “Army Brat” and lived in many states growing up including: Oklahoma, Hawaii, Georgia, Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Before trying her hand at writing, she held various jobs including working along side her husband in Children’s Ministry; becoming the Director of Operations and later a Public Policy Specialist and Cabinet Liaison for then Governor of Oklahoma, Frank Keating; and later, a pharmaceutical representative for one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

In 2008, while visiting a friend out of state, Stefne had a dream in which the Lord asked her to join him on a new journey. Upon waking, she wrote down the dream and Salvaged was born. Within three years, Rise (the sequel to Salvaged) and Collision were also released.

Stefne currently lives in Edmond, Oklahoma with her husband of more than twenty years and three teenaged sons.

Stefne is represented by DJ Snell of Legacy Management.

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6 thoughts on “About Stefne

  1. I read “Salvaged” and “Rise” and I am blow away. I had a hard time studying for my AP test because I was so determined to see what happened. You kept me hanging on every word. I cannot wait for your next novels to come out.

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  2. I just finished reading “Salvaged” and “Rise” in less than 2 days and they were AMAZING! I am literally obsessed with these books now and want to read more! Please make more books soon! I love them!!!

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    1. I am so excited that you loved the books! Thank you so much for letting me know! It means so much to me to hear that people read and enjoy them.

      ‘Collision’ will be out before long! I hope you like it just as much!

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  3. I loved “Salvaged” and “Rise”!! i finished both of them in under a week. They were so amazing. Being from Oklahoma, I actually felt like Attie. I think I coluld really relate to these books. I can’t wait for “Brave” and “Gifted” to come out! I hope you countinue to write because I know you love it and your really good!

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