Will le Fleming

Will le Fleming was born in 1976, and raised in a dilapidated West Country farm house with a moat and no heating.

He has written stories all his life, alongside a colourful and eclectic career in which he’s worked all round the world. He’s been a stringer in Ecuador, a croupier in New Zealand and a sword-fighter at the Tower of London. He’s shot arrows and wrestled for money, and spent time as a paid impersonator of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

He presently teaches English literature and lives in London with his wife and young daughter.


Genre and style

Will le Fleming’s debut novel Central Reservation is a compelling and highly original mystery and coming-of-age story about Holly Jones and the ghost of her dead twin sister. Read more, or click here for how to buy.

Will le Fleming is a novelist. His debut, Central Reservation, is published by Xelsion and available now. Read more...

On a grey Thursday morning Holly lay in bed, staring at the ceiling, and wished her sister would die. Five hours later her wish came true. Read more...

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