Just like her books, her comedy materials are around the changing role of women, all-too-common eating disorders, she jokes how she hates ageism, tells shocking stories about dating octogenarians, and the general idiosyncrasies of today’s society – sprinkled with humor. Miller, in her interview, said that as a writer, she enjoys writing for new shows and try to make them reflective of the world we lived in, all the preconceived notions about aging, and how society sets a limitation for old, and yet still pursue a dream. Her writing process starts by pulling all her experiences from the past and try to make it relatable in the present time. With her writing background, she would first outline a script trajectory and then create something around that plotline. Just like any story, she would create a beginning, a middle, and an end. Miller said that she wants to leave the audience with something to think about.
When asked about her experience on America’s Got Talent, Miller said that it was a lovely and beautiful experience. Although she didn’t win, the experience was memorable for her. She sees her rejection has nothing to do with her talent but were trying to make a good and interesting show. She recalled the advice given by another established comedian, Betsy Salkind, who told her, “Lynn Ruth, if you want to succeed in this business, you will have to make your shows.” And she did! 
On a recent blog post, Miller recalls her recent visit to San Francisco where she used to live for 30 years. She muses how she never felt important nor made any impact at her “home” even though she had two television shows running for 15 years and wrote for the local newspaper and magazine. She believed that her neighbors did not know who she was and only know her as ‘the dog lady’. She hated living in San Francisco but now as a tourist, she didn’t feel the despair that many longtime residents feel. As a “tourist”, she understands the charm of the city with its free jazz, the cable cars, the ocean, and the beautiful Victorian homes. 
Making the most of her U.S. visit, she held several shows in California. One of which was at the Marsh Theater. For Miller, it was a sweet moment as she recalled being rejected several times by the Marsh Theater to perform her Edinburgh Fringe cabaret shows there. Now that they aware of
her UK and European successes, she was able to do her I Love Men series to a sold-out crowd and a very successful show.
Her next show was Hubba Hubba’s Murder Mansion Show where she was billed as “The Stripping
Granny”. The Hubba Hubba Revue features local and touring performers in Burlesque and variety shows. In bigger shows, Miller said that there is this hairy gorilla who welcomes each act and dances around when the going gets boring. There is also a scantily clad lady waving a sign at the audience saying HOORAY encouraging everyone to laugh aloud. 
To cap her shows that week, she performed at Crazy Cabaret at A Grape in the Fog, a charming wine bar in Pacifica, California (not far from Afni offices). The night had been extra special because Chris Hunter and his daughter came to the show to celebrate his birthday. Miller always credited Chris Hunter, the previous editor of the Pacifica Tribune, for giving him the real break in the newspaper world.