Leanna Sain's Blog

Introducing Martin Wiles …

I have a new friend joining us today. Please help me welcome Martin Wiles. Martin is the founder of Love Lines from God. He is a freelance editor, English teacher, minister, and author who also serves as Managing Editor for Christian Devotions and as … [Read more...]

Welcome Ann Swan….

  Please join me in welcoming my new author friend, Ann Swan. Ann was born in the small West Texas town of Lamesa. She grew up much like Stevie-girl in The Phantom Pilot, though she never got up the nerve to enter the haunted house. Ann … [Read more...]

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Hush Launch Schedule

November Nov 19 – Hush is RELEASED Nov 19 – Bring it to the Table podcast – Bobbie Frazier Nov 20 - Kristine Raymond podcast Nov 21 – Facebook launch party 7-9pm Nov 30 - 305 Lounge and Eatery 11:30-5pm   Blog Tour Nora … [Read more...]

Meet Diane Kelly…

Paw of the Jungle Police officer Megan Luz and her K-9 partner in crime, Brigit, are on all fours as they try to solve their latest mystery. The weather is beautiful, work is slow, and her canine colleague could use a walk. What better day for … [Read more...]

Meet Clarice James…

I’d like to introduce you to my friend, Clarice James who has a brand new book, that’s just been released. Clarice, can you tell us a little about your book? The title of my latest book is The Girl He Knew. Charlie Dawson is a co-owner of a … [Read more...]

Is Blessing Spelled with a “C”?

I’ve always heard bad luck comes in threes. Don’t you believe it! It comes in waves. Tsunami-sized tidal waves with a single goal: to drown you. Alzheimer’s nightmarish months leading up to the death of my mother in June; the blood, sweat … [Read more...]

The Ride is Over

It’s been a little over a month since Mama died; the rollercoaster ride through hell had ended. A month. Hard to believe. Every day has been stuffed full with the cleaning out my parents’ house... trip after trip to the landfill, boxes and … [Read more...]

Living with Alzheimer’s–The story continues…

I’m writing another GRITS* novel, but this one is a little different than the others. Yes, it’s still set in the South. I chose Amelia Island this time, home of Fernandina Beach, in the northernmost part of Florida, just across the river from Georgia … [Read more...]

Rollercoaster through Hell

The weather echoes my mood. Dense fog and dreariness. Days… no, weeks of it. The wettest February we’ve had in recent history. It doesn’t help that I have the flu, and that my husband will be flying to the other side of the world in a couple of … [Read more...]