Bindweed Editor-in-Chief Leilanie Stewart’s new novel, The Fairy Lights, is published in time for the Christmas season.
Congratulations to Bindweed Editor in Chief, Leilanie Stewart on the publication of her third novel, The Blue Man, on 29th July.
The Blue Man is a psychological literary horror novel. Here is the short description:
Twenty years ago teenage friends, Megan and Sabrina, destroyed their friendship after learning the terrifying Irish urban legend of the Blue Man and unleashing a sinister force into their lives. Now, as mothers-to-be, they reunite once more to confront the horror and trauma. Could they finally bury the past and change the fate of their families?
It’s free on Kindle Unlimited and is also available as a paperback and hardcover from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones, Foyles and other online retailers. Links are at Leilanie’s author website.
Congratulations to Bindweed Editor in Chief, Leilanie Stewart on her second novel, The Buddha’s Bone, published on 25 October.
Kimberly Thatcher is a Londoner who sets off to teach English in Japan on a one year contract. After suffering a brutal sexual assault at the hands of a fellow non-Japanese teaching colleague, a friend who betrays her trust, she is forced on a soul-searching journey. What happens when you look into the abyss? Can Kimberly overcome the trauma and forge a new identity in a journey of-
Death. Cremation. Rebirth.
On Thursday 7th October it was National Poetry Day in the UK. To celebrate, you can hear a poetry reading from Bindweed Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Leilanie Stewart. The YouTube reading is from her recently published collection, The Redundancy of Tautology by Cyberwit Publishing.
Hope you enjoy listening!