mia loves henry miller – Letter 17 – Lusty Needs, Deep Desires, Puking in Portland, and the Henry Miller Book Made of Gold at Powell’s Bookstore

I am reblogging my posts/ Letters to Henry Miller, in numerical order, so that my readers who haven’t started reading the letters written to HM, at the beginning can catch up, or, new readers can begin to follow my literary adventure with Henry Miller, late artist and author. I am currently writing my last Letter to Henry Miller – Letter 50 – which will be the last letter in this first collection of erotic letters written to Henry Miller by Mia Malone-Jennings. I will end this review of letters with Letter 50. Once I finish editing my manuscript and prepare my first book to get it ready for publishing – I will begin the first letter in Mia Loves Henry Miller, Book 2, Letter 51. I have so much more to tell Henry and so many new salacious adventures to experience. Thank you to my readers for all of your support! – Mia Malone-Jennings

mia loves henry miller

mia loves henry miller

Letter 17  Lusty Needs, Deep Desires, Puking in Portland, and the Henry Miller Book Made of Gold at Powell’s Bookstore

“When you are convinced all the exits are blocked, either you take to believing in miracles or you stand still like the hummingbird.  The miracle is that the honey is always there, right under your nose, only you were too busy searching elsewhere to realize it.  The worst is not death but being blind, blind to the fact that everything about life is in the nature of the miraculous.” –Henry Miller, Stand Still Like the Hummingbird

12/19/2011- 6:36 p.m.

Dear Henry Miller,

This past September, I travelled on Delta with Mr. B to Portland.  Our schedules had previously been jammed with many other obligations, my art and his book deadlines – hardly having the opportunity to see each other over the past few weeks, prior…

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