Amelia Claire Miller is a writer with Southern roots living in Baltimore, MD. She writes ad copy by day but lives for telling her stories through memoir. She loves all things pretty, including makeup, fabulous nails, and a perfectly decorated rowhome. She is an ovarian cancer survivor who knows the best way to rock a bald head is with big earrings and big attitude. If you like a little sass and a whole lot of heart, she’s your girl.
My Grossly Unremarkable Year
Amelia's debut essay collection takes readers through 12 months of fighting cancer as a young adult. From hormone injections and egg freezing to Oxycodone and medical marijuana, she enters a world of procedures, treatments, jargon, and drama. Of pain, absurdity, self-reflection, and even joy. Who knew so much could happen in just one year?