Contemporary Women's Fiction
hula girls, a novel
written by eric b. miller
Set in pre-war Pearl Harbor, Hula Girls deals with the problem of finding one’s place in the world when the rug gets pulled out from under. Descending into dark reaches, young Navy wife Claudia Wyler tells her own story as she suffers through humiliation and degradation to turn evil against itself and into good, never letting her sights off the goal of a better life for her child.
“This novel is an emotional journey with great storytelling and a satisfying ending.”
— US Review of Books
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eric b. miller
Eric Miller grew up in southern New Jersey. He attended writing programs at Denison University, the University of Wisconsin, Washington College, Hollins University and the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a masters degree in English and pursued writing while working on farms in Virginia, Maryland and Belgium. He abandoned writing for twenty years in the business world back in New Jersey, defected to the American Red Cross for the next eighteen and recently began writing again following the death of his wife.
Eric is currently working on his second book,
little known stories, coming June 2022.