Creating a Haven of Peace is Attainable, Affordable in America

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Intentionally finding new friends, learning to touch and keeping a sense of humor are just a few ways to living a life desired in latest book by Joanne Miller.

The busyness and chaos surrounding families today can cause many women to feel lost and too many families are still being torn apart by divorce as a result, according to six-time Author, Speaker and Artist Joanne Miller.

Her latest book, “Creating a Haven of Peace,” is written to help women who feel lost find clarity and peace toward a life they desire. It is scheduled to be released nationally by Morgan James Publishing on July 5, 2016.

“The divorce rate in this country has nearly doubled since 1960,” says Miller, who has been married for nearly 50 years. “This book speaks to a wide-range of women. Whether newly married, a new mother, approaching the empty nest or facing retirement, many women feel they’re losing or have lost their identity, control of their home, or worse, their relationship with their husband.”

“Creating a Haven of Peace” leads readers through challenging questions about where they are and where they want to be, tips and advice on how to improve their marriage and home, and personal stories and examples of how to create an atmosphere of peace and love in spite of circumstances or bank account.

No matter the circumstances – financial, family history, job security – women who feel lost can create a haven of peace by taking purposeful actions: Making time, working to regain romance, finding common interests, finding new friends, learning to touch, playing games together, finding oneself, keeping a sense of humor, are all “intentional” actions Miller describes in “Creating a Haven of Peace.”

“There is hope and I believe it starts in the home. A haven of peace is attainable and affordable,” says Miller. “I’m living proof.”

“Creating a Haven of Peace” Is available in paperback, Kindle (, Nook (Barnes & Noble), and at

About the Author:
In beginning her own marriage, Joanne F. Miller determined to change her family tree and break free from the cycle of divorce, poverty and sometimes violent behaviors of her upbringing. She intentionally laid out a pattern of peace and unconditional love for her family and that decision has served her well.

Wife of 48 years to popular Author Dan Miller (, she has been his raving fan, speaker at their live events and an integral piece to the success of their thriving 48 Days community. She is an accomplished artist, speaker, blogger and author of five children’s books and co-author (with Dorsey McHug) of “Be Your Finest Art.” She finds the best fodder for her writing is right in front of her— being the active mother of three grown children and grandmother to 14 very creative and adventure-seeking grandchildren.

Learn more about Miller and her message at, or download the “Creating a Haven of Peace” press kit.

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