Leila Rasheed


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Leila Rasheed has gained an MA in both Children's Literature and Creative Writing. She started work at Reading Is Fundamental, a children's literacy charity, before moving to Belgium. Leila now works as the children's bookseller for Waterstone's in Brussels.

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Cinders & Sapphires (At Som...

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Diamonds & Deceit (At Somer...

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Emeralds & Ashes (At Somert...

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Chips, Beans and Limousines...

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Doughnuts, Dreams and Drama...

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Cinders & Sapphires SNEAK PEEK

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The World Turned Upside Down

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At Somerton (3 Book Series)

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“Love could end even though it was true love. Love could be false love, or the wrong kind of love, or love that came at the wrong time to the right people, or at the right time to the wrong people.”
Leila Rasheed, Diamonds & Deceit

“I suppose I thought your mind would be full of dresses and dances."
"Well, it's not. It's full of Socrates and Euclid.”
Leila Rasheed, Cinders & Sapphires

“I think we all have to believe in something greater than ourselves. Something as distant and magnificent as the stars.”
Leila Rasheed, Cinders & Sapphires
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