Sugar Land resident begins third novel  

Author Leola Huey

Sugar Land resident, Leola Sanders Huey is an 85 year old author and the matriarch of her family.  Her books are a legacy for her family.  She writes about her family during the era covering the 1920s through the 1940s in Argenta/North Little Rock, Arkansas.

Leola’s books are exciting, humorous and filled with emotion.  She was diagnosed legally blind in 2010 after publishing her first book “Oneida the Plight of a Single Mom,” but she was not discouraged.  Not long after publishing her first book, she published her second book “On the Wings of Imagination.”  She is currently writing a sequel to her first book.

Leola’s first two books are available on line at,, and Sight and Sound for Blind (Phone: 713-622-2767).

Leola conducts book signings at book stores, book clubs, libraries and church functions.  She can be contacted by email at, and

She is actively involved in the Fort Bend community.  She participates in the Fort Bend Independent Living Center where she facilitates a writing guild and a support group for the visually impaired. She regularly solicits support from individuals and organizations in the Fort Bend community to conduct informational/educational seminars for attendees at the Fort Bend Independent Living Center.

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