“Cyndi's writing gets to the heart of the matter quickly, capturing attention with details apropos to the subject. She is able to relay the essence of what is important with few words that are polished, yet natural. The reader can appreciate the experience without knowing why.”
— Kathleen Zaenger, Director, Howell Carnegie District Library
Her parents always said she was nosy…
she prefers curious
Happiest when she is pursuing her next assignment, Cyndi Lieske has immersed herself in community journalism for more than 20 years with work for newspapers, regional and custom publications. Her start as a general assignment reporter has served her well over the years. Editors know to call her for a quick turnaround on a story.
Cyndi is curious about people and enjoys learning something new every day as she works. She feels lucky to be able to pass that knowledge on to her readers. Her work includes profiles, essays, and service, how-to, and human interest stories. Most recently she’s written about natural landscaping, animal rescue, writers, libraries, and popular music.
Clients say she’s easy to work with, diligent and her always on-time copy needs little editing.
Her work includes profiles, essays and human interest stories, as well as service and how-to pieces.