Leon Gower was born February 1972 in Whyalla South Australia.
His writing incorporates a life time of personal experiences in dealing with bizarre and poorly explained phenomenon.
As a highly regarded dream interpreter and teacher, Leon has built a fictional world like no other.
When did you first start writing?
Must have been around grade 3 when I first became inspired to write. I had no idea how at the time, didn't really start writing until I was an adult, but my teacher became so impressed by my imagination that she sat down with me. I recall she had me slow down as I told her a story and she turned it into a book. As a child I won several contests at school for my stories, all written out by different people because I had no idea how to write; enabling me to be both creative and complacent.
What's the story behind your latest book?
In the blink of an eye I create a story, the story of a world which exists in the blinking of my eyes. The distant worlds explored in my sleep are given life as I dwell on each one and how they overlap; a reality more fantastic than even I can understand. Universal Constance is a play on words, the story of truths that hold regardless of who you are and where you live.