Linda Leith Publishing: an introduction for #bookbloggers

Linda Leith Publishing is a unique publishing house in Canada: it is the only literary publisher in Canada who publishes in both French and English. Linda Leith Publishing brings Quebec authors to the rest of Canada and introduces English-speaking authors to Quebec. The company was founded in 2011 by Linda Leith. Her previous claim to fame had been the creation of the Blue Metropolis literary festival in Montreal over a decade earlier. The festival continues to flourish and is one of the largest literary festivals in the country.

Linda Leith Publishing publishes literary fiction by Canadian authors from coast to coast, about stories that take place the world over. It is also home to the very popular crime novels by Peter Kirby, and other noir authors.

The list of books can be found on their website: Complementary copies or e-files are available to established book reviewers and bloggers who review Canadian fiction. ARCs for the Spring 2019 titles are now available. They include


BLINDSHOT, by Denis Coupal

For more information or to request copies, please contact:

Leila Marshy

I have requested a copy of “A Joy to be Hidden” by Ariela Freedman which I will be
reviewing on Fictionophile.  Do any of these titles appeal to you?  Of course, the Linda Leith Publishing catalog is much more extensive than just these three novels. Why not visit their website to see more great titles.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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8 Responses to Linda Leith Publishing: an introduction for #bookbloggers

  1. Sheree @ Keeping Up With The Penguins says:

    What a wonderful company! Good on you for giving them a signal boost in the community, great to see 😉👍


  2. This is such a wonderful thing to share. I’d love to see more of this amongst book bloggers. Even as a blogger of a few years (not new, not claiming “seasoned” either), I never really know who to reach out to or what the etiquette is for establishing a relationship with publishers. I use NG and EW and if a publisher reaches out directly to offer something, I feel like I’ve won the lottery. I’ve never reached out to a publisher directly and asked for anything, even those who have contacted me to offer ARCs or galleys. I’ve always suspected it’s a thing that is done, but I’ve always been reticent to try it myself.

    Sorry if I went off on a tangent there. My point was, thanks for posting something like this. It’s very helpful, in many ways. 😀

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  3. Alexandra says:

    What an excellent post, thanks for sharing Linda’s company details. I’ve popped off a query to them introducing myself and, hopefully, might do some reviewing for them, if they’re interested. Let’s hope so.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. eLPy says:

    Thanks for sharing and giving us some books to consider.


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