Canadian author L.M. Wasylciw is passionate about humanity and cannot recall a time when she was not writing something. Linda has lived in Alberta, Ontario, Nova Scotia and five years on a sailboat, sailing from Victoria BC to Alaska then Mexico and the many anchorages in the South Pacific in between French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Niue, Fiji, Tonga, New Zealand, Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Australia.
Linda writes about subjects that touch close to her heart and is not one to skirt around sociological issues that are all too frequently swept under the carpet. She feels that it is better to talk and write about real issues rather than attempting to hide them away, on the pretense that they do not exist.
Linda’s writing is best described as
eclectic & off-beat.
Her collection of novels are contemporary and contain a spectrum of topical subjects, from missing and murdered indigenous women to homelessness, on-line dating, murder and dating violence. There is also a novel about life within a dysfunctional family and for the reader who is searching for a story that is on the lighter side there is a spiritual novel – bringing all religions under one umbrella.
Check out the list of publications and find a self-help guidebook, designed for the writer who has a dream to author a book: ‘Writer to Author – 10 easy steps (plus mastering marketing)’ as well as two relationship books: The Idiot’s Guide to Keeping a Woman & The Secrets to Understanding a Man.
Linda writes with an aim to enlighten her readers and empower action. She is a lover of books, all books, and is happiest when writing. When she is not actually writing, she is planning the next paragraph, listening to the timbre of words that roll around in her head and piecing together the music that flows from every sentence.
Linda lives to write and loves to write and has a never-ending flow of ideas
that sweep her away.
As Professor Scry, author of youth fiction, Linda delves into a fanciful world of fantasy with
ghosts, treasures, magic, witchcraft and fanciful creatures.