The ghost of Christmas that never was

Belfast Ghosts Series: Standalone book 2 of 3

Publication date: 10 November 2022


When Aisling moves into an old Edwardian house, she soon realises her student digs are haunted by a ghost known locally as Jimbo. As yuletide approaches, she uses the fairy lights to attract Jimbo and with the help of a local psychic and friends from her university course, seeks to uncover dark, buried truths. But what will the spirit world reveal about her own past?


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A haunted friendship across the decades.

Belfast Ghosts series: Standalone book 1 of 3

Publication date: 29 July 2022


Two best friends. An urban legend. A sinister curse.

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?


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A dark psychological journey to find light

Publication date: 25 October 2021


She was in Japan to teach English. She’d soon discover the darker side of travelling alone.

Kimberly Thatcher was a Londoner who set off to teach English in Japan on a one year contract. After escaping her abusive boyfriend back in London, she soon found herself pursued by a colleague – with even more sinister intentions than her ex. Kimberly would soon learn the darker nature of her relationships, forcing her on a soul-searching journey through darkness to find the light. What happened when you looked into the abyss?


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My debut novel from Blossom Spring Publishing

Publication date: 23 October 2019


What if an arcane Druid ritual on the Mayday festival of Beltaine could summon ancient gods from the Celtic Otherworld of Avalon into modern day London?


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20 responses »

  1. Gary Kadlec says:

    That’s awesome! 👍

  2. Andres Botero says:


  3. Hans Jurgen says:

    Hi Leilanie

    Thats great news!
    No matter what happens never stop writing … Rowlings first Harry Potter book was not a success but she did not stop writing …
    Kind Regards,

  4. Spiros Zafiris says:

    Leilanie–you’re a busy bird..I’ll check it out hopefully.

  5. Francesco Mammana says:

    Beautiful and attractive cover
    Intriguing plot!

  6. Valerie K. says:

    I have just finished your book, I really enjoyed it. I couldn’t put it down!

  7. Amy F says:

    Hi just finished Gods of Avalon Road (just in time for mayday might I add☀️) what a gripping and excellent read! Wish a sexy sun god would come out of a cauldron in my garden! I really enjoyed it!! Will there be a follow on book?

    • Awesome, glad you enjoyed it! Yes, I’ve outlined 2 more books to make it into a trilogy. Had planned for it to be a standalone, but I’ve had more positive feedback than I thought so will expand it out! 😉

  8. Sharon B says:

    Still working my way through Gods of Avalon Road, I would not be able to put it down if it wasn’t for my manic toddler. Well worth the money xxx😁

  9. Avid reader says:

    Really enjoyed this! I liked the first person narration because Kim has quite a sassy but equally damaged persona that is v relatable. I found myself sort of screaming at her in my head when she kept taking all the bs from carl then vince.

  10. Hi,

    I am an author from Lisburn and I write books about werewolves and vampires here in Northern Ireland,

    Iain McLachlan

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