Thursday, January 28, 2016

Interview with Diana from Annie Miles' MISLED

We’re thrilled to be talking to Diana from Annie Miles’ new women’s fiction novel, Misled.  It is a pleasure to have her with us today at Pimp That Character!

Can you tell us about one of your most distinguishable features?
My hair. People say I look like Margaret Thatcher.

What would I love the most about you?
I’m fun to be with.

What would I hate the most about you?

I can be a bitch. I don’t take s*^t from anyone.

Where do you go when you are angry?

To the person I’m angry with to tell him or her off!

What is your greatest fear?

That I’ll run out of money.

What are three must haves when shopping at the grocery store?

Ice cream, Hershey bars, and potato chips.

I’m opening up your cabinet. What foods do I see?

Potato chips and Hershey bars.

If you could change one physical thing about yourself, what would that be?

My feet would be smaller.

What is your favorite weather?

Autumn. A sunny October day with the temperature in the 70s is perfection.

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A nurse.

Thank you so much for helping me promote Misled! –Annie Miles

About the Author:


Annie Miles is the pseudonym for the real woman portrayed in Misled. In real life, she writes a mystery series and is the mother of two sons and the legal guardian of her mother, who gives her new material daily. Annie is a firm believer in the saying, “People are put into your life as either a blessing or a lesson.” You will find both in the characters of Misled. It is the lessons that fuel the book and the blessings that fuel Annie. She lives in the South where she enjoys reading, writing, baking, and photography. She welcomes correspondence, particularly from women who are suffering through trying times.

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About the Book:

Title: Misled
Author: Annie Miles
Pages: 446
Genre: Women’s Fiction

When Diana, a lonely housewife, falls for Daniel--her daughter Annie's teenage crush—she will stop at nothing to ensure he stays in her life. In Machiavellian style, Diana betrays her daughter, secretively designing, controlling, and planning Annie’s future. It isn’t until years later, when Annie discovers letters exchanged by her mother and Daniel, that she learns the truth and sees the manipulation and lies that led her to a doomed marriage.
Twenty years later, when Diana is diagnosed with dementia and Annie is forced to be her mother's caretaker, she must come to terms with her mother’s betrayal, her husband’s deceit, and her own desire for love and happiness, all the while managing to maintain her sanity and sense of humor. Based on a true story, this book will shock, entertain, and astound you.

For More Information

  • Mislead is available at Amazon.
  • Discuss this book at PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads.

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