Hayley Linfield is an editor and writer living in South-Western Ontario.  Her works have been published in a variety of media, from Reader's Digest to the Globe and Mail, from local newspapers to a wide variety of anthologies, magazines and ezines.  She was the 2012 winner of the Alice Munro Short Story Competition and her first full length work, The Truth about Dandelions (a coming-of-age New Adult fiction novel) was released last year and has received nothing but great reviews.

Read some of her published writing here My Writing


After doing informal editing work for nearly fifteen years, Hayley Linfield launched her own editing business in 2012, focusing mainly on substantive fiction editing for independently published authors, but taking on a variety of business and academic editing as well.  Read more information on Editing Services here: Editing Services


Check out Hayley's blog here Blog


Find links to purchase her first full length novel, The Truth about Dandelions below, as well as links to other anthologies.  


Mara isn't a slut; she just can't find what she wants.  She wants to forget her mother's death, her father's hypocrisy, and the plane crash that follows her.  As a child she couldn't understand why the grass never got cut, and now as she gropes her way through university life, all those weeds, those dandelions, have stayed with her, haunting her dreams.


She can't see a way out of her dark hole until she gets hit by a car on an Ottawa street and starts spending time with Jack, the guy behind the wheel.  Kind, thoughtful, and a virgin - he's the last person she'd ever expected to fall for.


As she opens up to Jack, the wounds she’d been trying to ignore surface, and she’s forced to finally choose between running from or facing the past that’s been haunting her all her life.  Through nights out looking for release to the ultimate event that forces her to face herself, Mara finally learns the truth about dandelions.  


I'm also a contributor to Death Head Grin's Anthology.  If you like spooky stories, click here: 


http://www.dhgpress.com/

I'm also a contributor to the Sleep Anthology by Red Claw Press.

www.redclawpress.com