In the steamy winter mood of a Cambridge teashop, two women meet for the first time. A friendship is formed, but soon circumstances take them to different places.... Kate, to a cottage near an English moor, her friend to pursue new adventures in work. On meeting up again in the moorland cottage, both women feel an affinity with Henry Ryecroft, the character in the small volume by George Gissing, and the way in which his words convey his many moods. But they playfully decide that Henry won’t do for them.... it must be Henrietta. The notebooks come into being, charting Henrietta’s life... a life ultimately shared in the way only writing can do.
Born in New York state, Leah Miller spent many years living in California, obtaining a BA in English from The University of California. With her partner, Pieter Van Deusen, she wrote and produced educational films (doing sound and artwork on them too) and after moving to England with Pieter in 1983, helped with the making of his feature film, 'Netherby Naps.' She has always loved to write; producing short stories and longer works, her writing reflects life in both America and Europe.
The White Ship — stories — Published July 26, 2013
Kaleidoscope Friends Published March 25, 2013
A Matter of Life Published September 03, 2012
Epilogue Published July 23, 2012
Years into Darkness Published March 30, 2012
In the Silence of Carousels Published March 30, 2012
Last Sighting Published January 17, 2012
a Singularity of Blueberries Published January 17, 2012