The first in a forthcoming series, Miller has been a successful published writer in South Florida for three decades and not only authored the paperback, but is the true-life victim of her story.
Guilty pleas recently have been documented in Federal Criminal Court for conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud the U.S. by parties involved in Miller’s ordeal that put her home of some 12 years into foreclosure.
Miller’s attorney, Kevin L. Hagen, Esq. of Hagen & Hagen PA of Fort Lauderdale, is one of the first lawyers to lead the wars against “unfair and deceptive business practices” and housing fraud.
“Everybody knows the miseries exist,” Miller said. “But nobody knows how it ‘feels’ unless you’ve had these catastrophic and chaotic nightmares and experiences — the banging on the door, dreading getting your mail, screening phone calls. What do you do? Who can help you? How do you live through the unbelievable stress of hell?”
Written with graphic sidebar-flashbacks of a myriad other hurtful and debilitating experiences in Miller’s life, the story takes on the format of the movie Slumdog Millionaire.
Sidebar anecdotes include: John “Duke” Wayne and the celebrity members of one of the most famous private clubs in Southern California, Julio Iglesias and Latin superstar entertainers, a world-class landmark historic hotel and City of Coral Gables, and the $500 million funding for a South Miami-Dade County Project that included a proposed Noah’s Ark Theme Park and World Baseball League stadium.
Miller’s depictions come from a lifetime career in the entertainment industry as an entrepreneur and business consultant, magazine publisher and editor, television executive producer of some of the highest-rated shows in international television history and a public relations professional representing celebrities from all walks of life, nationally and internationally.
“This is a well-written book that is fast and concise reading,” said literary scholar Peter Anthony Andrews, executive producer of a potential movie. Andrews has mentored aspiring writers at Yale University and was a major executive with Columbia and MGM Studios as well as NBC Network Television.