Sandra Ann Miller


Sandra Ann Miller is an active author, sometime screenwriter, intermittent blogger and independent publisher living in Venice, California. A native of Los Angeles and graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, Sandra toiled in the film industry as an assistant...and the stories she could tell if not for the confidentiality agreements. Sandra's first book, A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM, was released on her own imprint, SAME Ink (2006). The book has something of a cult following and readers mentioning, "I wish I had read this when I was younger," prompted Sandra to release the Young Adult version in 2017. Her first novel, CHAIN-SMOKING VEGETARIANS AND OTHER ANNOYANCES IN L.A. (2016), is very, very loosely based on her time in Hollywood. Her follow-up, TEMPORARY, was released in early 2018. An avid student of Life and its humorous underbelly, Sandra enjoys yoga, long walks on the beach and tweeting about the wackadoodle nature of our existence.

Smashwords Interview

Who are your favorite authors?
Dr. Seuss. Irvine Welsh. Dorothy Parker. Stephen King. Joan Didion. Gillian Flynn.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The alarm clock. I think writers are part vampire. A good portion of us are up late writing, so greeting the day does not come naturally. I respect those authors who are up before dawn doing it. I'm not cut from that cloth. Thank God for coffee.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Sandra Ann Miller online

Where to buy in print


Chain-Smoking Vegetarians and Other Annoyances in L.A.
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 114,370. Language: English. Published: February 13, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
Can anyone find a happy ending in L.A., even if they work in the movies? El Patterson is trying to produce hers.
Temporary: a novel
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 92,700. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
Helen Clark is one unlucky lucky lady—who won the lottery then lost everything—working to put her life back together by taking a job heading permanent placement at a temporary agency. Through success and failure, love and heartbreak, one lesson Helen has learned is to savor the good and let the bad pass because, at the end of the day, everything is temporary. Or is it?

Sandra Ann Miller's tag cloud