Maryann Miller writes the critically acclaimed Seasons Mystery Series that debuted with Open Season and continued with Stalking Season. Her latest release, Doubletake, a stand-alone mystery was chosen as the 2015 Best Mystery by the Texas Association of Authors.
Miller has received the Page Edwards Short Story Award, placed first in the screenwriting competition at the Houston Writer's Conference, was a semi-finalist at Sundance and in the Chesterfield Screenwriting Competition. For fifteen years she was the theatre director at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts, where she directed adult and youth productions and coordinated the annual KidZZ On Stage Drama Camp.
Miller also likes to be onstage and has appeared in numerous productions. Her most recent role was Big Mama in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
When not working or playing on stage, Miller likes to spend time outdoors working in her garden. She also enjoys all kinds of puzzles, quilting and knitting. And, of course, reading. She currently lives with four cats who graciously allow her to share the sofa with them in the evening.
Maryann Miller writes the critically acclaimed Seasons Mystery Series that debuted with Open Season and continued with Stalking Season.
Her first success as a writer was receiving an award in the Scholastic Writing Contest when she was twelve-years-old. She likes a good woman’s novel, such as Kristy Harvey’s The Secret to Southern Charm, and she enjoys memoirs... read full interview
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