Leanne Dyck

Biography

I've been creating stories ever since I was old enough to talk. My writing has appeared in a collection of periodicals. Currently I'm seeking publication of a 55,000 novel and a 700 picture book.
Learn more about what I'm writing, submitting and doing by visiting my blog http://sweatercursed.blogspot.com

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Books

Maynely A Mystery
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Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 34,170. Language: English. Published: November 25, 2010. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
The last words of her beloved Grandmother send Olivia Weatherington on a journey to Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada. There, Olivia follows clue after clue to solve a six decades old family mystery.

Leanne Dyck’s tag cloud

cozy mystery    history    humour   

Smashwords book reviews by Leanne Dyck

  • Mayne Island Skeletons on Nov. 29, 2012
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    Mayne Island Skeletons is not only a fun read for children 9 to 12 years of age but it also teaches many valuable lessons—such as how to be a good friend. Mary Magdalene Sommers’ mother is attentive and reliable; whereas, Brent Green is the son of a neglectful parent. Despite these differences Magda values Brent’s friendship. She continues to believe in his good character even in the face of negative public opinion. In fact, she works tirelessly to prove his innocence and to secure his safety. Through Magda’s example children are empowered to solve their own mysteries and resolve their own problems. Thank you Amber Harvey for this uplifting read.
  • Mayne Island Skeletons on Nov. 29, 2012
    (no rating)
    Mayne Island Skeletons is not only a fun read for children 9 to 12 years of age but it also teaches many valuable lessons--such as how to be a good friend. Mary Magdalene Sommers' mother is attentive and reliable; whereas, Brent Green is the son of a neglectful parent. Despite these differences Magda values Brent's friendship. She continues to believe in his good character even in the face of negative public opinion. In fact, she works tirelessly to prove his innocence and to secure his safety. Through Magda's example children are empowered to solve their own mysteries and resolve their own problems. Thank you Amber Harvey for this uplifting read. Submitted by: Leanne Dyck