Bio: Short stories, and blogging kindled Leanne Dyck’s writing flame. The fire began to roar when her writing appeared in knitting and business magazines. Sparks flew high when two of her stories were published in a literary journal. Firefighters were alerted when, in June 2009, she self-published MAYNELY A MYSTERY. Now that Decadent Publishing has published THE SWEATER CURSE, the fire refuses to be contained.
What will e-readers like about your book?
Laurie Buchanan writes: Stitch by colorful stitch, Leanne Dyck knits a tale of intrigue with THE SWEATER CURSE.
Mystery author Lou Allin writes: Creating modern characters against the fateful background of the sagas, Dyck gives them free will to choose their own destinies. This book defies genre definitions as it finds its unique place on the fiction shelves. Here’s hoping Leanne Dyck returns many times to the intriguing roots of her family’s past.
Why did you go indie?
I choose a small indie ebook publishing house because I wanted to be a name not a number. For me, Decadent Publishing feels like a supportive family.
Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
I’m a cross-genre reader—preferring to choose books by plot.
Some of the authors who influenced the writing of THE SWEATER CURSE were Michael Slade, Susan Kay, Stephen King, John Grisham, and .
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