Brampton, September 26, 2017 – Brampton author Michael Robert Dyet is pleased to announce that a portion of his royalties from Hunting Muskie: Rites of Passage will be donated to North Bramalea United Church’s social enterprise initiative The Soul Café.


Hunting Muskie: Rites of Passage – Stories by Michael Robert Dyet is being released by Blue Denim Press.


“The work is a collection of 16 literary fiction short stories that explore the storms in life that knock us of course and the deep urge to find our way back home,” Dyet says. “The title story, Hunting Muskie, a literal and symbolic hunt to find and subdue an unseen foe, embodies that theme.”


The Soul Café is committed to being a beacon of hope in the downtown Brampton community by:

  • Offering nutritious and affordable meals with a pay-it forward system that will assist those who can’t afford the going rate for food.
  • Providing service industry experience for those with barriers to employment.
  • Providing a place for people to volunteer and make a difference in the lives of others.


The Soul Café is currently in a pilot phase operating periodic “pop-up” Cafes in downtown Brampton while seeking funding for a permanent location. Michael Robert Dyet, an active member of North Bramalea United Church, is committed to supporting The Soul Café in its mission.


Hunting Muskie: Rites of Passage will be officially launched, together with Sharon A. Crawford’s Beyond Faith crime fiction novel, at the Blue Denim Press “Muskie & Murder Joint Book Launch”. The book launch will take place October 22, 3:00 to 5:00 pm, at The Supermarket Restaurant & Bar in Toronto’s Kensington Market.


Michael Robert Dyet contact information:

Tel: 416-301-4698              E-mail:


Hunting Muskie: Rites of Passage – Stories by Michael Robert Dyet

Blue Denim Press     October 2017     $24 Cdn. / $20 U.S.

Available through retailers worldwide. Also available on all Amazon sites,

Barnes & Noble, and Chapters/Indigo. E-book versions are available via (kindle) and Kobo (e-pub).