I am Andy Miller, a reader, writer and editor of books. I am the author of THE YEAR OF READING DANGEROUSLY: HOW FIFTY GREAT BOOKS SAVED MY LIFE (Fourth Estate), 33 1/3: THE KINKS ARE THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY (Continuum) and TILTING AT WINDMILLS: HOW I TRIED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE SPORT (Penguin).
There's other stuff I both like and dislike too. Find out more at www.mill-i-am.com.
Please note: I am not Andrew Miller, the award-winning author of 'Pure' and 'Ingenious Pain', or Andy Miller, winner of the Yeovil Literary Prize for poetry, or Andy Miller, the television scriptwriter, or A.D. Miller, whose thriller 'Snowdrops' was shortlisted for the 2011 Man Booker prize and whose Christian name turns out to be Andrew. Nor am I Andrew Miller, pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, Andy Miller, guitarist in the Britpop band Dodgy, Andrew Miller, the Labour M.P. for Ellesmere Port and Neston, Andrea Miller, founder of Brooklyn's Gallim Dance company, nor any of the hundreds of Andy Millers on Facebook, especially the one who counts "Women bringing me sandwiches" amongst his activities and interests. None of them is me; I make my own sandwiches.