How to write a book like Darla Leigh Pittman’s, and her amazing first book title, ‘Darla Leigh Pittman Rodgers Rodgers’

This was the first article we did with Darla’s name on it.

If you’ve been following our other coverage, you’ll know that Darla has been an incredibly inspiring writer and a passionate advocate for women’s rights, including the right to access birth control.

But in the months since she announced her first book, Darla had some big changes to her writing style, which we wanted to share with you in this article.

First of all, we want to thank Darla for the time she’s taken to talk to us.

Darla, thank you for reading and being a part of the #DarlaLeighPittmanRodgers movement!

Darla (@darla_leigh) September 21, 2020 Darla was born in the US, but she moved to New Zealand when she was four years old.

She has always been passionate about her work and has always felt the need to push herself to do her best work.

She’s a proud feminist and has been a member of several feminist and anti-racist organisations, including ANU and the Australian National University.

She graduated from university in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature, with a minor in English composition.

After working in film and television for years, she moved on to writing about gender, sexuality and race for her personal blog, and has since become a prolific writer of nonfiction.

We hope you enjoy reading Darla as much as we do, and we hope to see you in person soon! 

This is part two of our series on Darla Leigh Pittmann, our female-centric literary hero, that’s been going for over a year.

Read part one here. 

The following is a selection of Darla Lee Pittman Rodger’s most famous books: ‘Darlesaurus’ (2016) A powerful novel about a man who becomes obsessed with the dinosaur that killed his mother. 

‘The Book of Lost Boys’ (2009) Darla’s debut novel, which follows her childhood as a child, and the growing pains of her motherhood. 

Dare to be Different’ (2015) The first novel written by Darla.

This is the first book she’s published since her father’s death. 

Love and Loss: The Story of Darlon Love (2012) An epic story of a man searching for meaning in the world around him, as well as his wife and children, and his life after his death.’

Dare’ (2018) This novel explores the meaning of love, and how we all come to accept it and the ways we can use it to shape our lives. 

I’m Not a Serial Killer (2014) Written with the help of her son, Darlon is a brilliant writer of fiction and poetry. 

Wicked’ (2017) Two stories about a couple, and their friendship and how they navigate the world. 

She has also written a number of short stories and novels. 

Shining the Light (2011) It was written with the support of her family and friends, and is one of her most recent books. 

It is also the first in a trilogy that will take her into a darker territory, focusing on the trials of being a mother and being an artist. 

A Year of Living With Two Faces (2017)(Darla Lee’s first novel) Read it now! 

‘Darla Leight’ This was the book that introduced her to feminism and inspired her to begin writing. 

Hannah (2016)(Darlesaur’s first book) In Hannah, Darleas father was killed by a serial killer, and he was taken away from his family in a state of deep mourning.

Darlea’s mother is in her mid-50s and has lost her job and everything she’s worked for to raise a family. 

Sugar Rush: A True Story of Sex, Drugs and the End of Marriage (2013)(Darleas first novel, sequel, and an upcoming novel)Darla is the author of Sugar Rush, a memoir about sex and drugs in a dysfunctional marriage, and a novel of her own, Sugar Rush: An Unofficial Memoir. 

Sex, Drugs, and Rockstar: The Making of a Rockstar (2015)(Darala Lee’s memoir, sequel to her best-selling book, Sugar Re, which was her second bestseller) These are all novels that have been written for publication, but the first one, Sex, Drug, and Star Trek: The Next Generation is her first novel and her first for the Star Trek universe. 

Killing Them Softly: The Battle of the Sexes in America (2015)|Darla writes about the women and men who fought for civil