On this week’s Legion of Leia podcast, we welcome author Laurel Anne Hill
On this week’s episode of the Legion of Leia podcast, myself and my co-host Anastasia Washington welcome Laurel Anne Hill, author of the steampunk/mysticism novel “The Engine Woman’s Light.” Laurel is one of our all-time favorite guests and we go deep into how this novel came about, why it took 20 years to write and imbuing your characters with your own personal experiences. You guys are going to love the book! I just started it yesterday and I can’t put it down!
Here is the info on the book:
Laurel Anne Hill’s award-winning “The Engine Woman’s Light” is a steampunk meets mysticism page-turner. In it, our heroine, Jaunita, finds herself abandoned on a train headed to an asylum for the poor and unwanted. After a vision, she takes on the unsavory task of stopping the train, which is on its way to killing the innocent passengers aboard.
And here is all the info on Laurel:
Laurel Anne Hill grew up in San Francisco, with more dreams of adventure than good sense or money. Her close brushes with death, love of family, respect for honor and belief in a higher power influence her writing and life. She has authored two award-winning novels: “The Engine Woman’s Light” (Sand Hill Review Press), a gripping spirits-meet-steampunk tale, and Heroes Arise (KOMENAR Publishing). Laurel’s published short stories and nonfiction pieces total over forty. She’s the Literary Stage Manager for the annual San Mateo County Fair, a speaker, writing contest judge, and editor.
You can get more info on Laurel Anne Hill on her website: LaurelAnneHill.com. Have a listen to learn about the award the book just won and head over to Amazon to pick it up here. You can also ask your local bookstore to order “The Engine Woman’s Light.” Do it. You’re going to love this book!
May the Force be with you!