Rebecca Lennard is the author of the young adult fantasy book series Lissae.
Rebecca enjoys learning about ancient civilisations, cosplaying and endless cups of tea. She is an avid fantasy and sci-fi reader, and in her spare time, she works as a librarian.
Residing on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, Rebecca enjoys the natural beauty of both the beach and the bush, finding hidden writing spots as a makeshift office.
Having completed a Bachelor's in Librarianship and Corporate Information Studies, Rebecca found that she was longing to go back to writing fiction, and finally completed her first novel at the end of her degree.
In 2018, Rebecca's first short story will be published in the 3rd Australian Pen anthology, The Evil Inside Us.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Turning 'what if' into an entire Realm - there are no limits to imagination, and by exploring the 'what ifs' I can share new worlds, and new ways of doing things.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
A horrible draft of Ronah that was called 'The Travellers Curse.' I gave it to my sister to read as she boarded the plane.
Not sure why, but she has a bit of a phoiba about air travel now.
Something is watching them from the shadows…
After a devastating betrayal, Shari longs for life to return to the way things were.
But she has little time to dwell on normality. A devastating new foe rises, and former enemies become allies in the fight to save Lissae.
Shari must battle her way to the heart of her problems… or die trying.
She rose to fulfil a role of protection. But a moment of misjudgement could destroy the realm…
If you like kick-ass characters, sword-slicing action, and vivid magical realms, then you’ll love R. Lennard’s sensational sequel.
A looming evil. A hidden saviour. A young protector will rise…
Ronah is the first book in the Lissae series of epic YA fantasy adventures. If you like fierce heroines, pulse-pounding action, and unique magical worlds, then you’ll love R. Lennard’s suspenseful page-turner.
Jonathan Buan was not always the reserved and cultured man that Shari knows him as.
A rough and tumble sailor's son, Jonathan first arrived on Ronah seeking to right a wrong when his father's death is carelessly compared to the death of the apprentice of the Guardian.
Travelling from the mainland to Ronah, he finds more than he bargained for as soon as he reaches the shore.