A lady reporter? Preposterous.
In a time when other young women are learning the art of pouring the perfect cup of tea, Lady Hazel Winchester dreams of a front page byline. Just because the war with the Americas is over doesn’t mean there isn’t a story hiding in the aether tinged streets of London and she means to uncover it.
But perhaps the biggest story of all is the secret she’s keeping about herself.
Combining steampunk and Victorian aesthetics, Lady of Vision is a clean romance for anyone who loves a good, slightly fantastical, historical mystery.
Lady of Vision
Amanda Labonté lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland, where she gets much of the inspiration for the characters and places about which she writes. Though she knew she wanted to be a writer since the eighth grade, it was many years before she finally walked into a creative writing class and found a new home.
Her first novel, Call of the Sea, won critical acclaim in her home province of Newfoundland. The first book in her Supernatural Causes series gained Bestseller status on Amazon in September 2017.
As the co-owner of an educational business and mother of two she spends much of her day with kids of all ages. They give her some of the best reading recommendations.