Contact Me

Heya. I’m Becca Mills. If you need to get in touch with me, you can use the form below or email me directly at I do my best to answer every message I’m sent, but I’ll admit with shame to falling down on the job from time to time. If that happens, I’m lame. Sorry.

With apologies, I don’t review books any more. If you want to see what I’ve been reading lately, pop over to KBoards and check out the reading bar in my signature!

20 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Okay, I reapize now that this is not the author’s site. The book I am referring to in my last comment is Nolander (Emanations).

  2. Enjoyed your book Becca!!! But my heavens!! I was shocked when I realized I was at the end!! I hope you are working on “part two”!!! And would you mind hurrying!! ;)

  3. I’m so sad that I’ve come to the end of Nolander but I enjoyed it so much.
    I loved what Beth loved and hated what she hated. I’m not sure I have ever enjoyed a book so much since ‘The voyage of the Dawn Trader’ by C.S. Lewis. You are a wonderful writer, a beautiful artist. God speed on your new book, I will be waiting as patiently as I can.

  4. This series has left me speechless each and every time time I read it! Between Beth and all her hidden talents and Williams in all his brooding glory I just do not know what to do with myself! I love how you give us the barest hints about Beth’s capacity through the way people react to her. One can almost see her extensive power with a mere glimpse into her eyes, yet she not know what she looks like to the outside world. Terrifying to her, but absolutely fantastic to us readers. For Williams, I love how he truly does care about Beth through his spectacular attention to the smallest details. There were several “Aww Williams, you really aren’t heartless!” moments in Solatium that made my heart melt.I know people may disagree, but I hope (beg/pray) they will be together!! Maybe its wishful thinking, but a girl can dream!

  5. Hey Becca, just finished Solatium and loved it! You are truly gifted! Hoping Isolate’s arrival is soon. Looking so forward to more. (hope Ghost Eater, Williams and Beth stay close! Love it!

  6. Hi! I just wanted to say I love your Emanations series!! It is unique and I really enjoy your characters and the world – really worlds -you’ve created. When I first read Nolander, I loved how down to earth the main character is and appreciated that she wasn’t perfect, had flaws, and was more relatable because of that. Also the character development is great and who doesn’t love character development, right? Haha well anyways, you’re incredible, I hope you continue writing and don’t give up, and can’t wait to read more by you!

  7. Have finished book 1&2 and Theriac would love more insight to what happened to Callie, also cant wait for the 3rd book, Great job on these, you have joined my list of favorite Authors.

  8. At last report, Isolate was due out in 2016. It’s now mid-2017. Will we ever see Isolate or has life gotten in the way, like it always tends to do? I’ve just read the 3 Emanations books and feel at a loss bcz there is so much left hanging and no end in sight. Please give us an approx time of when we will see Isolate (even if its not edited or cleaned up) AND if it’s not too much to ask, do you have any plans to possibly do an anthology about your most suspicious, intriging character, Williams??? He’s “a whole nother story” as they say!

    • Lol, Kathi. I’m not sure how much Williams is willing to tell me about himself. ;) I’ll definitely finish the third novel … it’s just taking a looong time to get it done.

      • hi Becca.. I just reread the first 2 of the Emanations series and I can hardly wait for Isolate! I really enjoy your characters and the world you have created in this story. I’ll make sure I’m on your list so I know when Isolate is ready. Good luck finishing up your writing!

  9. Considering your book Isolate was supposed to come out in early 2016 and now it’s close to the end of 2017, I’d like to recommend it be the last book and come quickly. I think it’s disgusting the way authors leave readers hanging.

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