Part 4 of Leisl’s dive into writing and the writing life.
I was thrilled to chat with the lovely and talented Pamela Cook on her Writes4Women Podcast, The Book Launch, about the release of my new romantic suspense novel, Blazing Fear. Writes4Women have been incredibly generous in helping authors to launch their books through the Covid-19 lockdown to help get the word out and I am very grateful to them for … Read More
I am so excited that Blazing Fear is finally out in the world. I’m so proud of this book and hope readers will fall in love with Flynn and Prita’s story the way that I did when I was writing it. Blazing Fear is a romantic suspense novel set in the wilds of the Victorian Alps near Walhalla. It features … Read More
I was delighted when the good folks at Romance.com.au asked me to join them in their #QuarantiniTime. The deal is to share a favourite alcoholic beverage and read the first chapter (or partial chapter) of a new or upcoming book. So, please enjoy a Russian Mule with me, click on the link and listen to me read the first half … Read More
In time for the release on 12th May of Blazing Fear, the 2nd book in my CoalCliff Stud Series – my publisher is doing a price promotion in the US on Climbing Fear: Book 1 CoalCliff Stud Series. This is a great time to get hooked into this new romantic suspense series. But you don’t have to believe me, this … Read More
In time for the release on 12th May of Blazing Fear: Book 2 CoalCliff Stud Series, the first book in the series, Climbing Fear has a price promotion running as part of Amazon’s May Great Savings promotion. An ARRA 2019 finalist, Climbing Fear will be on sale throughout May for $1.99 at Amazon for Australia and New Zealand. This is … Read More
I was thrilled earlier this year to be contacted by Sisters in Crime and asked to participate in their Burning Issues panel alongside crime fiction author, Kimberley Starr, non-fiction author, Chloe Hooper and crime writer and our panel mediator, Maggie Baron. Then I was equally dismayed when we were all thrust into social distancing and events were cancelled, a tumbling … Read More
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