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Little Leeta has been picked up by Barnes and Noble, and is available at their website in paperback for only $9.95!

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Some more views of the book!

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Glimpse of the inside!

Glimpse of the inside!

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For all Fredericton students - a few physical copies of Little Leeta will be available at the HIL in the very near future. 

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Little Leeta is currently holding the position of #50 on Amazon’s best sellers for Children’s Science Fiction and Fantasy e-books! We’d like to thank everyone for your support; we’re incredibly happy to get this news.

You can check out the listings here

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Now available at Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Little-Leeta-Caille-Eire/dp/0988086905/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1356014350&sr=8-1&keywords=Little+Leeta

and on Kindle for only $5!

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We are incredibly happy to announce that Little Leeta is officially published and available to buy at the Create Space website here:

https://www.createspace.com/3952162

It will be available at Amazon.ca AND their European equivalent within the coming week, and we are currently working on a Kindle version.

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Tā.
A gender neutral pronoun which refers to a being without sepcifying gender. Little Leeta uses it to refer to the voice, the being who is nothing and everything at the same moment. Tā brings destruction and salvation with tā’s very presence. 

Tā.

A gender neutral pronoun which refers to a being without sepcifying gender. Little Leeta uses it to refer to the voice, the being who is nothing and everything at the same moment. Tā brings destruction and salvation with tā’s very presence. 

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Prince Hanslover was raised in the lap of luxury with everything he could possibly demand.  But he really is a good guy. How could he not be, with those cheekbones…

Prince Hanslover was raised in the lap of luxury with everything he could possibly demand.  But he really is a good guy. How could he not be, with those cheekbones…

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Author Bio

Caillé Eire was born and raised in the poet’s corner of Canada, where they currently reside and study for a bachelor of arts degree. They have previously published two entries in the New Brunswick Literary Encyclopedia. Little Leeta is their first book and they are currently brainstorming for another. When not writing, they are either reading, producing endless streams of essays for class, or working at their day job. As seen by the image above, they are not very photogenic. To avoid gender categorization and profiling of their work, they would like to be referred to using indefinite singular pronouns (they, their, them, and so forth). Please note that the author’s preference of indefinite singular pronouns does not indicate that they are in favour of postgenderism. The English language desperately needs new, gender neutral pronouns.