There are many different ways you might contact the author Leah Anne Levy, some of which are more exciting than others. You might, for example, devote years to devising a secret symbolic code, which you could then scribble onto parchment paper, tie up neatly, and attach to a donkey with strict GPS directions to the author Levy’s home. You might also consider placing little bits of paper into a balloon to be sent her way and reassembled on the other side. You could engineer a steam powered communication device that taps into the global satellite network for a surprise phone call.

Alternatively, you could tweet her at @leahannelevy. The author Leah Anne Levy promises to read each and every tweet you send. Though she may not respond, she loves hearing what you’re up to, and is only maintaining radio silence so that she can fully commit to her evil plot for world domination — which, you know, tends to keep this maniacal author busy, as she is not much of a multi-tasker.

  1. Todd says:

    Hello Leah,

    I just thought I’d let you know that I found the article, “Classroom Strategies for Helping Depressed Teen Students” to be very valuable.

    Anyway, I quoted you in an article on our academic blog that gets over 60,000 monthly readers.

    Let me know if you’d like me to send you a link to the article you were quoted in!


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