Leah as an Author
Leah is a multi-published author in the spiritual, self-help and service-based business genres. She strives to inspire and educate in her writing. Many of the publications she has been a contributor to have reached International best-seller status.
Currently, Leah is writing a book called Adventures in Mysticism. It chronicles the stories shared on her podcast of the same name.
Collaborative Self-Help Books
featuring Leah’s Writing
S.O.U.L Business Initiation
Soul Biz is intended to support and inspire people to live and work more effectively and more soulfully. It contains over 100 stories – a perfect blend of practical tips and heartfelt wisdom from soulful business owners who are able to share their insight, suggestions, and advice to those either just starting out our those looking to be inspired.
Editor Donna Kozik brings together a variety of contributors for this collection of thought-of-the-day essays brimming with appreciation and showing that the power of gratitude can be a life-changing force. Leah vulnerably shares heart-felt learnings from two family events in her essays.
Divinely Guided to Sin City
This compilation book contains 365 true stories (from over 250 contributing authors) of experiences ranging from the miraculous to the mundane, from the spiritual to the secular, from the subtle and nuanced to the dramatic and impossible to miss. Leah reveals what messages drove her to move to Las Vegas.
The Experience of Ecstatic Meditation™
In this book, Leah joins over 200 beautiful souls — including bestselling authors Jodi Chapman, Dan Teck, Arielle Ford, Peggy McColl, Christy Whitman, and Carol Tuttle — who share how they connect with their soul with the hopes that it will help you connect with yours as well.
Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude is brimming over with appreciation and inside you will find evidence that the power of gratitude can be a life-changing force. These stories are about more than the polite “thank you” we so casually exchange every day. They’re testimonials to the people and things we so often take for granted.
People from all walks of life join together in this collection of essays–one for every day of the year–about the things, people, circumstances, and events they’re grateful for. In this book you will find evidence that harnessing the power of gratitude can be a life-changing force.
What’s Love Got to Do with It?
(Published as Caitlenn T. Ainnsley)
Leah joins fifty-six other successful female entrepreneurs sharing their insights. Over 450 pages (57 chapters) of how-to information, inspiration and empowerment for your life and career from six and seven figure women from all over the world!
The Secret Hidden in Your Favorite Pastime
You will get 101 quick, simple and — most importantly — proven success secrets from the top experts in the world and gain access to the greatest treasures of all time – the gold nuggets of success. Leah joins Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, Jack Canfield, John Gray, Bob Proctor, Alan Cohen, plus many other leading experts in this great compilation.
In every person’s life, be it man or woman, there are defining moments. Over a period of a lifetime, there are typically many defining moments. A defining moment is not necessarily a good one as it can relate to realizing that you just made the biggest mistake of your life. As you read the stories in this book from many amazing women, you will soon discover how they reached their defining moments, the turning point, the moment of truth, or their point of no return!
We all need a little help when we’re feeling stuck. The more than 60 stories in Breaking Through; Getting Past the Stuck Points In Your Life, will help you get unstuck and back on the road to your success. If your goals are set, but you find yourself stuck, Breaking Through will put new ideas, tips, exercises, mediations and processes in your toolbox. Leah joins contributors: Barbara Stanny, author of Secrets of Six-Figure Women and Overcoming Underearning; Marcia Wieder, America’s Dream Coach; Lois Frankel, author of Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office; Olivia Mellan, author of Money Harmony; Ginita Wall and Candace Bahr, co-founders of Women’s Institute of Financial Education.