Ms. Leigh is a writer/reviewer who has her own blog Bookworm's Dinner, writing under the name Wisteria. She writes reviews for Historical Novels Review magazine, Library Thing,and her own blog Bookworm's Dinner. She has degrees in music, elem. education, library media and has studied advance courses in American History. She has a special interest in rescuing retired greyhounds, music and gardening.
An unforgettable book about a fascinating woman who is making a difference.
The Good Daughters with innuendo and secrets, provides a curious puzzle to piece together, as you witness the girls' painful self-awareness rip their memories apart.
The Map of True Places has a celestial place in the universe.
Captive Queen is a ruminative read with romantic resplendence that should be savored.
The Language of Secrets is one of those books that you just won’t need to bookmark. It calls you back, a challenge to break away.
Tantalizes the reader with a wonderful story from America's past, while questioning the future.
A story of powerfully strong women, friendship, betrayal and forgiveness.
Island of the Swans is an emotionally enveloping story that will tug at your heart with each page turned.
"This is the story of a journey that took seven years and the loss of everything I had." Pam Cope
Hobbet’s storytelling takes shape from different perspectives emanating from the lives of her culturally diverse mosaic of characters.