Welcome to Leigh’s website

I write about the urban fantasy adventures of Hedi Peacock, a habitual petty thief with a secret she doesn’t share with her fellow Starbucks baristas in Toronto—she’s not human, and she has the pointy Fae ears and Were inner-bitch to prove it.

St. Martin’s Press has purchased the Mystwalker Series. The first, titled THE TROUBLE WITH FATE: A Mystwalker Novel will be released in January 2013, with books two and three arriving in stores, June 2013, and January 2014.

I’m so, so freakin’ happy.

Thanks for visiting.

18 Responses to Welcome

  1. Tana Banana says:

    Hi Leigh!!!!

    Cool, new move to wordpress! 😛 Why the change?
    Just curious.
    If you need help with coding or any css snags you might run into, don’t hesitate to email me. I’m not an expert but I know my way around fairly well. =D
    By the way, if you go to your blogspot dashboard, and head to settings and then ‘publishing’ you can direct your posts to your website. I’m not sure if it’ll work or not ’cause that’s for a domain or subdomain but you can give it a try? You can redirect the link to follow here. =)

    Hope you’re well, and g’luck with wordpress!

    • I realized I needed a website. Just as I came to that conclusion the RWA PRO group offered a wordpress class. Too convenient to turn from. I read, plodded along et voila.

      I’ll definitely keep you in mind when I run into issues. It took me way too much time to figure out how to make a static page.


  2. Julianne says:

    Love the website, Leigh. it’s gorgeous! Good luck with it!

  3. Kleeneze says:

    Loving the design, what template did you use, or did you design it yourself?

  4. Muchacho says:

    Hi there, a very good read and it sometimes just takes someone to post something like this to make me realise where I’ve been going wrong! Just added the site to my bookmarks so will check back now and then. Cheers.

  5. Geraldine says:

    After countless visits to author websites, I can categorically state I haven’t giggled so much in a long time. Congratulations on your success. I will now review my own pathetic sentences, taking care to avoid “… the tight sphincter of literary pretension”. Take a bow, Ms Evans, you are the recipient of my first fan email.

    • Leigh Evans says:

      Aw, thanks, Geraldine. I really appreciate that you took time to comment. You’re my second Aussie to sign the guestbook, which makes me very happy, because I’m very fond of Aussies and their exports: Eric Bana (who can resist him?), Russel Crowe (The Voice), Hugh Jackman (“Wait, Hugh! I need to hover my finger over the pause button… okay, go ahead. Pour the bucket of water over your head again”), Guy Pearce (I don’t know why, I’d squash him with the first hug, but still…), Sam Worthington (THIS is a brush. Here’s how you use it…), Joel Egerton (still under the radar, but one day…), Keith Urban (*lifts hand up* Uhm, if she doesn’t want the sweater, can I have it?)…and then there’s Eric Bana. Oh wait a minute I mentioned him before…

      And now I’ve gone and used up all my ellipses for the month. Not to worry, I still have exclamation points left over from last month!

  6. I am just over looking your articles.These are satisfying me most.Thanks.

  7. Kathleen Evans says:

    Leigh, I am a bookseller and just recieved your ARC and with new authors I like to find out a bit about them before I read their books.If your book is even half as funny as your website I know I am in for a treat.Well I just wanted to say hi before I cracked open your book

  8. Shasta Young says:

    I’m so Excited for You and So Excited to read The Trouble with Fate!! 😀

    P.S. You are Missed!

  9. Shasta Young says:

    I Am So Excited for You and So Excited for the Book!! The Cover is Beautiful!! 😀

    P.S. You are Missed!

  10. kathleen evans says:

    Just read the ARC it was fantastic can’ t wait to see your book on my stores bookshelves .

    • Leigh Evans says:

      Well, Kathleen, Now you’ve just given me my first independant review! Thank you. I can’t wait to see the book myself. I still haven’t held it in my own hands.

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