Author Archives: Leah Cutter

About Leah Cutter

Leah Cutter writes historic and contemporary fantasy, mystery, as well as science fiction and horror. Her novels have received starred reviews, while her short fiction has been published in anthologies, magazines, and on the web. Read more about this author on her website and on her BVC Bookshelf.

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Nevertheless, She Persisted

This is the first of a series of blog posts about the stories in the anthology, Nevertheless, She Persisted, available now from Book View Café! Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday

In the spirit of “Throwback Thursdays” – I’m repeating a Business for Breakfast post both on my blog and here, at Book View Cafe. This is Chapter 12, Practice, from Business For Breakfast, Volume 1: The Beginning Professional Writer. Part … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Of Myst and Folly by Leah Cutter

A post-apocalyptic fairy tale. Bombs destroyed all the major cities of the world almost two centuries ago. The bombs opened rifts. Magic and myst flowed into the world. Electronic devices no longer work. Only simple mechanical devices. Man learned to … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sundays

This week, I’m afraid, is again going to be about a different type of inspiration. However, this week was also very different. I hadn’t planned it this way. It was my choice. This week turned out to be the last … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sunday

I haven’t been doing a lot of writing this week. Instead, I’ve been focused on covers for books my press is releasing next week, as well as a new home page. Revamping the web site has been daunting. I’m redoing … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sunday

This week I finished off the latest novel, When the Moon Over Kualina Mountain Comes, incorporating all the first reader comments I received. The novel grew about 6000 words from the draft that the first readers read to the draft … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sunday

I spent the last week in New Orleans. Tuesday was Mardi Gras. It was cold and rainy and I had the most fantastic time. In the morning, my friend and I went to The Backstreet Cultural Museum, over in Treme. … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sundays

I’ve spent the last week on the Oregon Coast, at a writing workshop. It’s actually been more business than craft, as I’ve been attending the anthology workshop. After listening to six different editors opinions on 40+ professionally written stories, I … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sunday

This week’s inspiration is a bit different. Okay, so most of these posts are a bit different. This one’s a little bit more so. I’ve been writing full time now for a few weeks. And by writing, I mean standing … Continue reading

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Story Inspiration Sunday

Since I’m on sabbatical for the day job, I’ve been trying to learn how to write full time. I know that I’m a bit ahead of other writers just starting out, as I have worked at home for the day … Continue reading

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