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The Urban Underworld Omnibus 

The underworld Novellas: Serving Up Bite-Sized Cozy Fantasy Based in Greek Mythology 

Picture Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares meeting the charm of the Great British Bake Off but set in the Greek Underworld. The tale kicks off with sunshine-chef Rae facing off against her rival, snake-daemon Garth, in the centennial Hades cook-off — a deliciously cozy beginning to the six novellas that compose this book.

As the story develops, each novella introduces a diverse team of daemons and deities navigating the challenges of suburban life in Asphodel Meadows. Together they must tackle Olympic investors, old lovers, demanding gods, family myths, and personal insecurities. In this realm where no one faces the threat of 'death,' survival of the spirit becomes the true test.

Perfect for fans of Greek Mythology and Cozy Fantasy.

THE URBAN UNDERWORLD: Serving Up Bite-Sized Cozy Fantasy Based in Greek Mythology is the Underworld Novella Omnibus featuring: The Signature Dish of the Underworld, Taking Orders in the Underworld, Drinking Wine in the Underworld, Let Them Eat Cake in the Underworld, You Are What You Eat in the Underworld, and The Restaurateur in the Underworld.

Buy the paperback & read on Kindle Unlimited:

Amazon AU / Amazon UK / Amazon US / Amazon CA



Gwyneth Lesley was born in Poole, United Kingdom in 1994 but spent her childhood split between England and New Zealand. 

Her mother, Robyn, an avid golfer and proud Kiwi woman, always made sure she had a book in her hand. To this day, Gwyneth cannot enter a bookstore without buying a book.

During her school years, Gwyneth ironically almost failed English in her second year of exams. Instead she was a keen drama student, came second place in regional speech competitions every year, and briefly considered a career in chemistry. 

Other careers she briefly considered included; a baker, a lawyer, a teacher and a doctor. 

Eventually, Gwyneth followed the path of journalism studying at The London School of Journalism. She received an Honours Diploma in Media Law and a Diploma with Distinction in Subediting and Design. Gwyneth then went on to work as a publishing assistant at The University of Law.

While she worked as a publishing assistant at 17, Gwyneth wrote a series of YA science fiction novels under a different name. They have been unpublished and she has plans to rewrite them with more depth in the coming years to do them justice. 

She also worked on a satire comedy sex novella, also under a different name, that was a bestseller on Amazon in 2015. 

Gwyneth credits these books as her practice rounds and believes that all authors should have them in order to gain the understanding of the writing process. But she credits her life experiences in other fields, particularly as a massage therapist, waitress & trauma support specialist, as the experiences that enriched her work for the better.

After eight years in the industry as a publishing assistant, writer & editor, Gwen was exhausted and her creativity burnt out. Taking a break and working in other fields allowed her to reconnect with her humanity, and ironically, this is what sparked her creativity again. 

Prometheus’ Priestess was born from a meditation session with a collection of sisters Gwyneth connected with during these years away from writing. And from there, the other greek mythology books — and the love of writing — returned. 

Gwyneth Lesley is a pseudonym to honour her Grandmother & the Muses that visit her with their inspiration & knowledge.

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