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Book Review: Saving Bletchley Park

FYI — I’ve also posted my review for the book ‘Saving Bletchley Park’ here and here. And you can find my reviews of this book on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Goodreads. Thank you to publishers Unbound for providing me this book, in exchange for an honest review. -Lisa So often these days, news headlines are pock-marked […]

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‘Headline Murder’ Book Launch

Congratulations to author and journalist Peter Bartram who’s first book Headline Murder debuts this Friday, August 28th 2015. In this debut novel “A Crampton of the Chronicle mystery” you’ll be transported back to the 1960s in Brighton, UK, where a newspaper journalist called Colin Crampton stumbles upon a missing person case that takes him on […]

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Throwback Thursday: A #tbt for my #InArk book launch

Last year, I was rushing to get my cli-fi book In Ark: A Promise of Survival into print format, to make sure that there would be actual paper copies available for sale at my book launch on November 8th, 2014. Today I’m reflecting on the evening and the experience for a Throwback Thursday #tbt moment. […]

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Book Review: One Pink Muscle To Go by Patrick J. Russell

You may sometimes wonder what life in a small town of America’s West Virginia is like, as I have from my visits to this wild and wonderful state, and while Patrick J. Russell’s book One Pink Muscle To Go may be entirely fictional and imaginatively far-fetched, it does make you wonder how much is make-believe […]

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#InArk Book Launch

I am so grateful to everyone who made it out in the rain on Saturday, 8th November 2014 to celebrate with me for my book launch of my In Ark: A Promise of Survival. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Despite the challenging weather – hey, it was kind of a dystopian mood-setting rain – […]

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DJ Tunesmith to play In Ark book launch

Guests attending my book launch for In Ark: A Promise of Survival on Saturday, November 8th, will be treated to an atmospheric soundscape crafted by Joan Smith, aka DJ Tunesmith, who will curate a mix of post-apocalyptic, and soulful rhythms from throughout the decades. “Expect the music to be deep and gulley for the In […]

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Join me for my BOOK LAUNCH!

Old friends, family, new friends and total strangers — you are invited to join me on Saturday, November 8th, 2014 to celebrate the launch of my first book In Ark: A Promise of Survival! In my fictional cli-fi tale about a woman who gets abducted by an eco-survivalist cult, I hope you’ll be intriqued, entertained […]

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I’m joining in the #PeoplesClimate March

This coming Sunday, millions of people around the world will be taking to their streets in effort to raise awareness about the doom that climate change can bring for planet Earth. Will you join in the #PeoplesClimate March? In London, you can meet me at Temple at 1 PM. I’d love to meet you, and […]

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Meet my #InArk character Mya Brand in this blog tour

After spending two years developing and writing about main character Mya Brand who stars in my book In Ark: A Promise of Survival, I still don’t think she gets enough attention in my wrting and self-publishing adventures. So a shout out of thanks to Sandra Danby for inviting me to participate in this here blog […]

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‘In Ark’ in NEVILS awards list of 2014

I’m thrilled to tell you that my book In Ark: A Promise of Survival has been selected for the 2014 list of the NEVILS (Noted Cli-Fil Novels Of The Year)! This award honours new cli-fi (climate change fiction) authors and books each year. The list will officially be announced on July 24th, but I got […]

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Reviews of ‘In Ark: A Promise of Survival’

Already, my book ‘In Ark: A Promise of Survival’ is getting a number of positive reviews. On Amazon, my book has been getting 5* ratings and reviews! This is all very exciting and very appreciated. I am finding that my biggest supporters are other writers so I really want to thank Sandra Danby, Stephan Malone, […]

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From seaweed as inspiration to a published book

Strolling on the rocky beach of Brighton, England, in September 2009, I marveled at the beauty of the seaweed that I found along the shoreline. I wondered, what if seaweed was an important source of food in the future? Thinking about this scenario, I pictured a group of people living in the near future, walking […]

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