Weekend Wrap-up July 30: Stats don’t lie (the presenters might).

Yesterday I wrote about Kindle Unlimited. Here is a snapshot of the last few months of how many pages were read of my books. Inconsistent, but some pretty impressive spikes, right? Impressive until I tell you that the highest line is 300 pages (approx. 2 full books). Still, it does look like things are trending … Continue reading Weekend Wrap-up July 30: Stats don’t lie (the presenters might).

Weekend Wrap-up July 23: New review

Last week I received a 2-star review: https://linesbyleon.com/2022/07/14/thursday-thoughts-bad-reviews/ This week a 4-star:‘The View From Here’ by Leon Stevens – Review Leon Stevens combines a unique mix of adventure, exploration and sci-fi in this intriguing novella that see’s a pair of hikers find their way into another world. At the heart of the story is a … Continue reading Weekend Wrap-up July 23: New review

Free Book Friday April 25: In Conversation with Joshua Grant

Free book news: This week, I did re-vamp my science fiction sample book, Five from Two. I added the complete first chapter of my novella, The View from Here and changed the order of the selections. So, more stuff? Yup. More stuff. Get it here: Five from Two No onto the interview! In Conversation With: … Continue reading Free Book Friday April 25: In Conversation with Joshua Grant

Free Book Friday April 15: In Conversation with N.T. Narbutovskih

I recently removed my free poetry book from the Amazon catalogue. I haven't looked at it for a while, and I forgot that I had written my own testimonials. Like my self-interviews, I found them quite amusing, so I thought I would share them. There’s fake news, now there’s fake testimonials:Read what people are not … Continue reading Free Book Friday April 15: In Conversation with N.T. Narbutovskih

Free Book Friday April 8: In Conversation with Chelsea Gaither

Chelsea Gaither was born in the 80s and grew up catching venomous caterpillars in the live oak scrub around Corpus Christi, TX. They currently live around Dallas with a toddler and lots of books. In Conversation With: Chelsea Gaither Whew. I feel that we have been playing hide and seek. I went to your Goodreads … Continue reading Free Book Friday April 8: In Conversation with Chelsea Gaither

Free Book Friday April 1 (No Foolin’!): In Conversation with R.K. King

First things first: To celebrate National Poetry Month, my latest collection will be free (Kindle) until April 3. A collision of ideas and a wonder of words.Remember when you first learned that a grouping of owls was a parliament? In his second poetry collection, Leon Stevens explores familiar themes such as human nature, the environment, … Continue reading Free Book Friday April 1 (No Foolin’!): In Conversation with R.K. King

In Conversation with Marcus Alexander Hart

In Conversation With: Marcus Alexander Hart Your old pal Marcus Alexander Hart is an award-adjacent novelist, self-proclaimed karaoke star, and default awesome dude. He has been a roller-derby skater and a real-life quidditch player. He once won an overnight road rally in a fake ice-cream truck. Marcus lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife … Continue reading In Conversation with Marcus Alexander Hart