1.) Happily Frugal: a wise money management workbook (in its 3rd edition) 2.) The Subject of Salvation: A topical bible study (in its 3rd edition) 3.) Lactation Lessons From Leanna 4.) The Book Coach's Secrets (replaced by book #5) 5.) Lessons on the Author Life: a guide for nonfiction writers
Ambitious Pages Leanna's independent publishing company
A short bio
Leanna Mae, author of 5 books, writes nonfiction educational books for the self-driven adult ambitiously seeking information and improvement. Visit www.LeannaMae.org to learn more. Connect with her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AuthorLeannaMae
A detailed bio
Leanna Mae, nonfiction author of 5 books thus far, writes workbooks and educational guides on a variety of topics. Her bookography includes Happily Frugal: A wise money management workbook, The Subject of Salvation: A topical bible study, Lactation Lessons From Leanna, The Book Coach's Secrets, & Lessons on the Author Life. Her ideal reader is the driven individual seeking knowledge to improve their life through reading, taking classes, and striving to elevate their journey. Education is empowerment. Leanna loves to connect with people who love to learn and grow. You can learn more about her books at www.LeannaMae.org Connect with her on social media through the links given on her website.
Her degree is in health sciences. Leanna is a maternal-infant wellness educator, a birth doula, and lactation specialist. She is particularly passionate about evidence based maternal-infant health care. She also holds a passion for supporting and encouraging individuals with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse disorders. With a heart for patient education, she loves to teach on women's health, maternity care, infant wellness, and student-led improvement on mental health. She enjoys watching people grow on their own unique journeys in life. Leanna is an INTJ with a love for — okay, obsession with — writing, organizing information, presenting knowledge in an easily applicable manner, and learning about the things that interest her. When she’s not busy writing, she’s probably thinking about what to write next.