Saturday 22 April 2017
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A fantastic story from Leah which spans generations and continents, tracing the rivers of Scotland and the Mississippi, The Last Pearl is a sweeping novel of desire and revenge, of family and freedom, and of one woman's journey to open the shell she has built around herself to reveal the true beauty within.
Tuesday 25 October 2016
Leah's latest book is out now in paperback or on Kindle.
Sunday 3 July 2016
Read the article on Female First.co.uk
Saturday 22 April 2017
Did you know that many of Leah's books are published in different languages? Here are the latest two covers for "The Last Pearl" - the first has been published in Norwegian - "Den Siste Perlen" and the second in Italian - "L'ultima collana di perle".
Friday 9 December
The buzz word this winter is the Scandinavian tradition of Hygge (pronounced Hoo-gah). Magazines are full of suggestion how to hug your home with cushions, throws, scented candles and log fires as well as comfort food to survive the dark dreich dog days of winter to come.
Any country dweller will tell you we’ve been doing it for decades, warming up stone walls , small windows and draughts with shutters, peg rugs and handmade quilts on comfy sofas before a blazing fire.
Are you currently watching Games of Thrones, Outlander, Granchester or Pride and Prejudice?
Do biographies of great political figures excite you or do you prefer celebrity biogs?
Read Leah's next writing tip to find out one technique she learned to help her decide which time period she is most comfortable writing about. Have a go yourself - you never know - you might be surprised or, like Leah, it might confirm your preference.
Leah's books are available in many different languages. The latest versions are "Postkartet", the Norwegian publication of The Postcard and "La Chica bajo el olivo", the Spanish version of "The Girl Under the Olive Tree". To read more about these, click here.