Thriller Writer MW Leeming Interview – Joined Up #51


Thriller writer, MW Leeming

It’s episode 51 and we’ve got yet another great guest today with thriller writer MW Leeming.

MW Leeming (known as Wayne to friends and family) has been writing since early teens.

Wayne’s heart has always been with creative pursuits; writing, singing, song-writing – but from an early age, he also found a similar enthusiasm for law and justice. His career in criminal defence law saw him working for defence solicitors and gave him a fiery passion for fairness, morality and justice – issues which frequently crop up in his writing. As well as having self-published a number of collections and novellas, Wayne is traditionally published with Armley Press who put out his vigilante revenge thriller, Justice Is Served.

He also has a self-published non-fiction book called ‘Generation Rent’, for which he is donating all of his proceeds to homeless charity Shelter.

Wayne tweets @MWLeeming and blogs regularly at

There’s a few Tweets of The Week, which includes a post from Ruthanne Reid on Show and Tell and a piece tweeted by Andrew Lowe on How Spotify Can Make You a Better Writer. We also make time for our new feature, ‘What Ya Readin?’

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About Wayne

Editor and Soundman for MGL Media (@mglmedia) and currently completing debut novel 'Safe Hands'. Love Writing and hosting The Joined Up Writing Podcast. Follow @MrKelly2u or @jupodcast on Twitter and say hello.
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