Author Archives: Leah Cutter

The Immortals’ War, Now Available!

Novel by Leah Cutter, now available! 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 […]

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The Island Sampler: Now Available!

Like many writers, Leah Cutter writes all over the map. She has figured out a way to group her stories together, by time (Past/Present/Future) as well as by energy level (Languid/Exciting/Pulse Pounder). Then she mapped out all of her novels, and discovered she had five “islands”. It was time for a treasure map! Come and […]

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Auberon on sale!

Volume one of The Jessica Keller Chronicles, Auberon, is on sale for the month of October! Normally, Auberon is priced at $4.99. For the month of October, it’s on sale for $0.99. If you’ve been waiting to try this series, now’s your chance! If you’d like to possibly win a copy of volume four of The Jessica […]

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Goddess of War Now Available!

New novel by Blaze Ward, now available! The four in the Jessica Keller Chronicles! Jessica faces her most intimidating, most intriguing invitation: Dinner with the president of the Republic of Aquitaine. The Presidential Palace lives up to its name, along with the stellar company invited for private dinner. All women of the highest rank. Of course […]

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Spoiled Harvest now available!

Cassie cannot turn away her most recent client. She needs the money. Though honestly, trying to find the woman’s damned cat turns her stomach. But the client also carries a rose with her. It represents…something. Something destructive. Something apocalyptic. Something Cassie can’t defend herself from. Not even with sarcasm. Spoiled Harvest—the third novel in this […]

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Goddess of War Available for Pre-order!

New novel by Blaze Ward, available October 2016! Jessica faces her most intimidating, most intriguing invitation: Dinner with the president of the Republic of Aquitaine. The Presidential Palace lives up to its name, along with the stellar company invited for private dinner. All women of the highest rank. Of course the Frieberg Empire would dismiss […]

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New Novel by Leah Cutter, now available!

The Princess Troll, the second novel in the Seattle Trolls trilogy, is now available! Most trolls have no natural magical ability. However, Christine does. Enchanted powders swirl up when she walks by. Charms glow. What happens when Christine tries to direct her magical powers? Nothing. Nada. Zip. Something blocks Christine from reaching her full magical […]

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New Anthology now available!

Horseshoes, Hand Grenades, and Magic: Where Close Counts New anthology, available March 15th, 2016. They say “close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.” It turns out “close” counts in lots of things, especially when luck and magic get added into the mix. Anything can happen. Here are eleven stories exploring that interesting place where […]

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The Gilded Cage now available!

Javier is still a slave, still paying off a life debt to Zakhar Sokolov and his pirate crew. Then Wilhelmina returns, asking for his help. Now, Javier must rescue his worst enemy, the ship’s Dragoon, Djamila Sykora. Will Javier’s honor or his hatred rule, when he has the chance to get his revenge as well […]

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New Novel by Blaze Ward now available!

Queen of the Pirates A new novel by Blaze Ward, the next volume in the Jessica Keller Chronicles, is now available! The pirates of Corynthe have never had a queen—until they met Jessica Keller. If Jessica Keller wants to advance in the Republic of Aquitaine’s Navy, she must become more than just Aquitaine’s best fighting commander: […]

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New Business Book now available!

Non-fiction by LEAD the Difference, available now! Few companies focus on the unique drivers of what engages an individual, despite the abundance of research showing the positive connection between employee engagement and performance. Our research focused on the most trusted profession: nursing. Historically, nurses remain the least engaged of all professions. We interviewed nurses across […]

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