Robert Tate Miller
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Rob was raised in the North Carolina mountain town of Hendersonville where his family moved when he was three. Rob’s family was in the hotel business, and he had his first job (at age 11) taking reservations, busing tables, cutting grass and taking care of the pool and shuffleboard courts. Rob started writing for fun around that time and grew up to become a professional writer, selling the first of many published essays to The Christian Science Monitor in 1994.
Rob went on to write numerous screenplays, and saw five of his movies make it to the small screen. His TV movie credits include Three Days, Secret Santa, Hidden Places, Farewell Mr. Kringle and Christmas Cookies. Rob wrote the novels Secret Santa (Atria) and Forever Christmas (Thomas Nelson). Rob graduated from East Henderson High School and attended the University of Georgia where he graduated with a BA in Journalism/Mass Communications. Rob has also worked as a studio cameraman, a game show producer, a TV promotions writer/producer, a teacher, a college student house manager, an editor, and in media relations. He currently lives in Northridge, California.