Editing has Begun!
posted by Kylie Leane on March 2, 2017

I am very excited.
Moving forward on a project that has been sitting around for ages is really uplifting. I really, honestly, didn't think that anything would happen this year at all but - so grateful - my amazing editor, Elle, is helping me move forward with "The Dreamer's Castle" - which is the first novel in "The Cities of Gold". The 'sub-series' that sort of sits inbetween "Chronicles of the Children".

This book is set in the land of Utillia, the land of the Kattamonts.
A very different land from Pennadot. It was interesting to create a world vastly different from the world of Humans and Kelibs. I don't know how it will be received, but I hope readers will find it enjoyable and as fascinating as I did in creating it.

Ever onward dear readers! Ever onward!

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Not All Damsels
posted by Kylie Leane on October 17, 2016

I am going to tell you all a secret.
So, maybe if you read my novels it might not be that much of a secret.
Here it goes.
I like knights, heroes, men who sweep in and save a damsel.
Now…I know this is a really controversial stance to have in this day and age…
But please, bear with me as I try to explain myself. I promise I haven’t been abducted by aliens—

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eBook Amazon Kindle pre-orders of Protectors Book Two!
posted by Kylie Leane on July 27, 2016

I have some very exciting news - if you're a Amazon Kindle user you can now pre-order Protectors: Book Two of Chronicles of the Children. It is to be released on the 30th of September and if you pre-order now you'll get it a dollar cheaper.

Exciting times are ahead dear readers!
Stay tuned!

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Does Your Writing Have Ka-Boom? (Guest Blog)
posted by Kylie Leane on January 9, 2016

Written by: Gwenneth Leane

How could anyone kill off their precious writings that they have given birth to? It is next to infanticide.
The great thoughts, the succinct quotes, the magical insights, the metaphors, similes that light up my writing and make it sparkle like sunshine on rippling water, they are like my children. How can I kill them? Well I cant, to kill them would be to kill myself.

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