I’m a multi-genre author who goes against the grain and writes what truly speaks to me. My characters are unique, different and bother me all the time. I love it. I love what I do. Right now I’m working on two different books; an ugly cry book, and a psychological thriller.
I’ve always had an active imagination but it look awhile for me to realize where to put that creativity. I write, I’m a graphic design and I’m also an artist. I feel like they all go together in one way or another. When I can’t write, I paint. When I can’t paint I design. It helps open my mind up, and sometimes frees my characters to speak to me and tell me their story. I love reading, but I write more then I read these days.
I don’t plan anything. I let my characters take me on their journey. Sometimes they surprise me and one book turns into a three and I love that I have that freedom and openness. I don’t see myself planning or plotting anything in the near future. I dream about most of my characters, and I tend to wake up in the middle of the night and send myself text messages about what happened so I don’t forget. Sometimes I have up to 30 different dreams a night.
“I hear voices in my head and I love that it’s totally okay.” – Alora Kate
Linda K. Sienkiewicz is the author of the award-winning novel In the Context of Love, a story about one woman’s need to tell the truth without shame.
Angelica had always suspected there was something deeply disturbing about her family, but the truth was more than she bargained for.
Sarton Women’s Fiction Finalist
Eric Hoffer Book Award Finalist
Readers’ Favorite Finalist
USA Book News Best Book Finalist
Great Midwest Book Fest Honorable Mention.
“…at once a love story, a cautionary tale, and an inspirational journey.” ~ Bonnie Jo Campbell, author of National Book Award Finalist, American Salvage, and critically acclaimed Once Upon a River,and Mothers, Tell Your Daughters