For each published book, Leah will be donating up to 10% of her royalties to different organizations, charities, and projects that helped influence or provide research for her work. You can check back on this page for progress with these donations.

Dead Run through the Devil’s Belt
Royalties will go to the Stonington Historical Society HERE, the Yale Indian Papers Project HERE, the Mohegan Language Project HERE, and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center HERE.

Reverse Migration: not coming home
Royalties will go to the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi HERE, the Mason Area Historical Society HERE, the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan HERE, the Great Lakes Shipwreck Preservation Society HERE, and the Alliance for the Great Lakes HERE.

Shoot the Horses First: Histories
Royalties will go to the Coordinating Council for Women in History HERE, the Association for Women in Science HERE, the Expanding Your Horizons Network HERE, the Ndé Bizaa’ Mescalero Apache Tribe Language Program HERE, the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project HERE, and the Mashpee Wampanoag Historic Preservation Department & Museum HERE.

Falcon in the Dive
Royalties will go to the Child Labor Coalition HERE, the Society for French Historical Studies HERE, and the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution HERE.

Leah gives a recurring monthly donation of ~$10 each to the following organizations: American Civil Liberties Union HERE, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. (Wikipedia) HERE, Broadway Cares: Equity Fights AIDS HERE, and Rocky Mountain PBS HERE.

Do you like Leah’s work? Like her as a person? Want to help support her writing career so she can continue to make great art without having to worry about financial burdens in a time when arts are struggling to get funded? Then please consider becoming a patron with a small, recurring monthly donation on her Patreon page. Special thank you to these people whose support has been invaluable to her ongoing creative work:

Douglas Litos
Sarah Marsh, given in memory of her grandmother, Helen Souders
Daniel M. O’Neal