Leigh Anne Lindsey, founder of SeaStorm Press (an ‘author-centric, indie epublisher & emarketer), publishes ebooks, establishes and manages social media accounts and creates websites and marketing materials.

Leigh Anne is a mover-and-shaker with a kind heart; I’m fortunate to know her through Women’s National Book Association.


Leigh Anne Lindsey was interviewed by California Writers Club–Redwood Branch

Member in the Spotlight : Leigh Anne Lindsey

Sci-fi/fantasy writer Leigh Anne Lindsey is also the founder of SeaStorm Press, an epublishing and emarketing company whose very first ebook was picked up by a traditional publisher just after its release. As you’ll see from this interview, her success is the result of effort, cooperation, skill, and much determination.

What led to your smashing success with SeaStorm?

It’s due to the great partnership I have with my brother, Jim T. Lindsey, the author of SeaStorm’s first ebook, The Flaw in the Fabric – Book 1 of A Traveller’s Guide for Lost Souls. He had a manuscript ready to go that he’d worked on for the past six years and had edited by professionals for the past year.

To read the entire interview, please visit http://redwoodwriters.org/newsletter/member-in-the-spotlight/ in August.

Cheers to you, Leigh Anne Lindsey!


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3 Responses to “Coach Teresa, who is Leigh Anne Lindsey?”

  • Oh, girl, beaucoup thanks winging your way! Fantastic. Wow. Haven’t heard that since John Denver. I appreciate everything you do, Teresa. You are warm, energetic, so full or life, brimming with and ideas and game to go along with others’, and are always supportive. I wish you the best of all positive worlds in your many ventures, and particularly this book from which I enjoyed to the ends of my toes to hear you read at the Book Store on Portal in San Francisco. So glad I could make it that night through all the blustery wind and rain down from Sebastopol. Keep reading, keep flyin, and most of all, keep on writing!

  • Hi Teresa – just added this post to my Jim’s (our first author) website: http://jimtlindsey.com/events. Check it out! See you tonight at the WNBA-San Francisco meetup that your hosting :D

  • oops…not “my Jim’s” ha, but “Jim’s”!

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