Award-winning Author of Native American Antiquity, The Cherokee Chronicles and White Feather Mysteries


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Courtney Miller’s Cherokee Chronicles series wins awards!!!

The First Raven Mocker”, which is Book 1 of the 7-book series, “The Cherokee Chronicles”, has received awards from the 2014 Beverly Hills Book Awards,  The International Book Awards, and the National INDIE Excellence Book Awards for Historical Fiction.  Book 2, “The Raven Mocker’s Legacy”, has received a 2015 Book Excellence Award for “Literary Excellence in Faction” (fiction based on fact)boo.  Book 3, coming out in 2017, received an award from the 2015 Draft to Dream book competition.

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Coming Soon

Courtney Miller’s “White Feather Series” continues the Award-winning tradition! 

The manuscript for book 2, “It’s About Time”, was the WINNER of the 2016 Extravaganza Draft to Dream Book Competition.






5 minute video of Courtney Miller at Meet the Authors, Salida, Colorado, March 29, 2014


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Courtney Miller’s “The Cherokee Chronicles Series” Draws Acclaim from Cherokee Community

“Courtney Miller has created an imaginative adventure tale, one which captures the ethos of Cherokee Folklore and myth.” — Alan Kilpatrick, author of “The Night Has a Naked Soul”

“His characters seem real to us because Miller took the time to do extensive research about Indigenous Native Americans, the Cherokee in particular.  Where possible in this edition of the continuing saga, he accurately describes the dress, lives and culture of the Cherokee prior to contact with Europeans.” — K. T. Hutke Fields, Principal Chief, Natchez Nation