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I write fantasy, mystery, science fiction, and horror, as well as the occasional essay and poem.
The Official Bio
Leah Cutter writes page–turning fiction in exotic locations, such as a magical New Orleans, the ancient Orient, Hungary, the Oregon coast, rural Kentucky, Seattle, Minneapolis, and many others.
She writes literary, fantasy, mystery, science fiction, and horror fiction. Her short fiction has been published in magazines like Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine and Talebones, anthologies like Fiction River, and on the web. Her long fiction has been published both by New York publishers as well as small presses.
Follow her blog at www.LeahCutter.com.
I am now leading workshops, teaching indie-publishers and authors how to create beautiful interiors for their print books. In addition, I also teach authors how to create covers, for both print and ebooks.
The next print workshop starts in October. The next cover workshop is in November.
To learn more about the workshops, click here.
The Dwarven Wars
The Old One will not rest until he destroys the Greater Oregon Fairy Kingdom. Warrior, servant, and royal alike face death.
Old world dwarves threaten as well, plotting a genocidal invasion to steal all the magic in the new land.
Nora’s revenge against the Old One will not be stayed, even as her twin brother, Dale, makes peace with the ancient being.
Double-crosses and twisted plans abound in the last book of the Clockwork Fairy Kingdom trilogy, The Dwarven Wars. A fast-paced New Adult fantasy story that always leaves you guessing!
The Dwarven Wars—the final novel in the Clockwork Fairy Kingdom trilogy!
I’m thrilled to announce that I was asked to be a guest editor for the Fiction River anthology series!
The theme for my anthology?
Stolen cars. Stolen spaceships. Stolen hearts.
I wanted people to write me stories of theft.
And I got some great ones, too.
Go to FictionRiver.com for more information about the anthology series!
Steam. And Dragons.
From an evil genius desperate for his toast; to an ancient dragon enjoying a modern coffee shop; to amusement parks with dragon rides; and heart-lurching flights with steam-powered beasts; these tales will catapult you into an adventurous journey to the far side of your imagination. Funny, frightening, melancholy, but always memorable, they will touch your heart and leave you with a sense of wonder.
A gem for lovers of diverse fiction and wild rides.
Nightmares of drowning crowd Merilee’s sleep. Deep, dark, endless water.
It must mean something. She is a witch, after all.
But when three men break into her house and the spell Merilee casts to escape goes horribly wrong, she has too many other things to worry about other than drowning.
Until it’s too late…
Be sure to read the other stories in this Uncollected Anthology issue! http://www.uncollectedanthology.com
You can also read all the stories for this issue, collected together as a bundle!
Faerie Summer Bundle
The summer sun bathes the earth in warmth and light,
Faeries dance under the moon at night.
Cross through the portal into a land ancient, beautiful, and wild.
See the wonders that enticed the stolen child.
Come away, O reader! To the Realm of Faerie.
But if you want to make it back home, you had better be wary…
This collection includes twenty tales of faeries and magic set in our world – and in others.
Business for Breakfast, Volume 5: Business Planning for Professional Publishers
So. You’d like to take your publishing business to the next level, and want to create a business plan to help you get there.
But all of those stupid business books make no sense. They were not written for you.
The writers of those books mean well. But they’re talking to other business types and MBAs.
If you hate spreadsheets, and have problems understanding business books, this one (and this series!) may be just what you need.
Be sure to read the other books in this series:
Volume 1: The Beginning Professional Writer
Volume 2: The Beginning Professional Publisher
Volume 3: The Beginning Professional Storyteller
Volume 4: The Intermediate Professional Storyteller
The Immortals’ War
Tong Yi lives in Taiwan and works as a messenger for Huli Transport—a company that specializes in delivering messages and packages for non-humans. He values his oath to the company and makes heroic efforts to ensure the messages entrusted to him arrive safely and on time.
However, between the awesome motorcycle he rides who insists of “dancing” with him by fishtailing and trying to dump him every chance she gets, and the brewing war between the non-humans, “…or die trying” seems more likely with every message he delivers.
And then his brother turns up as a combatant, and possibly his enemy…
If you enjoy Chinese myths and legends woven into a modern story, you’ll love “The Immortals’ War.”
The Rabbit Mysteries
In June, I will be publishing all the Rabbit stories together into a collection, as well as publishing each story separately.
The first Rabbit story is available at your favorite retailers. (Originally published in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.)
The Fairy-Bridge Troll
The final book in the Seattle Trolls trilogy! Coming soon!