Jen Miller, CED content editor, ghostwriter, and writing coach, is passionate about the art of wordsmithing. She is author of her autobiographical novel, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep: The Story of Sara, author of the Booker T. Bear “Let’s GO!” series, penned as Jen Jellyfish, M.M., and a multiple-published writer spanning three decades.
Responses to Jen’s published life story led her to found The Sara Ministry, dedicated to encouraging women’s spiritual and emotional healing and health. Her challenging journey as a U.S. Marine mom, beginning in 2009, prompted her to write for the benefit of other Marine Moms and to establish Moms of Marines Support (M.O.M.S.), a thriving, national, faith-based organization that provides a network of support groups for over 5,000 U.S. Marine Moms across our nation, and daily growing.
Jen’s heart for book-content editing, writing, and coaching has brought many opportunities for her to walk with authors, refining their heart-work to shine: autobiographical novels, Bible studies, workbooks, recovery and support-group studies, and fiction.
Early in life, writing took a serious hold in Jen. She was first published in 1979 and has been honing this art since, coming to realize that wordsmithing is God’s call on her life. In the 1990s, Jen began submitting articles for publication, which appeared in a number of magazines including Guidepost’s Angels on Earth and Family Connection, and she began accepting work in book editing, book writing, and composition of music and lyrics. A number of her own praise and worship songs are used in churches throughout the US and UK under international contract with CCLI.
While refining her skills as a writer, editor, and composer, Jen was thrilled to serve as administrative assistant to the department head of Texas A&M’s Journalism Department and publication of The Battalion. These combined experiences encouraged Jen into further writing, editing, and publishing opportunities. With a deep heart and calling to assist authors with their books, Jen joined the CED team in 2012.