Author: Lisa

Cover Reveal: Jinx & The Doom Fight Crime!

Coming soon to a book-place near you, February of 2018! And either my kids will grow up thinking that it’s awesome that I turned them into superheros, or I should start saving therapy/bail money now. Either way, I am tickled to bits with how amazing Samantha Cotterill is, translating textile design into charming three-dimensional artwork.…
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June 5, 2017 0

Ix-nay On Wishing For More Wishes

In the world of publishing, all good things take time. Sometimes a LOT of time. Like that fruitcake your grandma would bake at Thanksgiving for Christmas consumption… Like fruitcake, I am also nutty.  Probably because I have been sitting on this news since just before NCTE… Thrilled to say that it will be illustrated by…
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March 16, 2017 0

Norwescon Schedule

Norwescon is my One Big Scheduled convention this year, so if you are in the Seattle area on Easter Weekend, come check out the amazing line-up of programming. April 13-16th SeaTac Doubletree My schedule (with, you will see, the SugarBean. This is her first appearance at NWC, although she has already paneled at ECCC.) Thursday…
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March 1, 2017 0

Cover Reveal: Someday, Narwhal

So, say you loved STRICTLY NO ELEPHANTS. Especially the parade of unusual friends and pets coming together to make a clubhouse where everyone is welcome. Say you noticed the narwhal in the fishbowl rolling along in her little red wagon. And say that little narwhal got a book of her very own. Coming this fall…
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February 2, 2017 0

Cover Reveal : Sister Day!

So excited to get to finally show you the next piece of artwork in my picture book journey: Sonia Sánchez’s cover art for SISTER DAY! This one is gonna be GLOSSY and EMBOSSED (whoo!) and I promise the interior art is just as darling as the cover. Dedicated to my in-laws, who brought a whole…
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October 28, 2016 0

Low-Fives from the Tiny Elephant

First bit of good news… STRICTLY NO ELEPHANTS is a finalist for the Washington State Book Award! I am pleased as punch to keep company and rub elbows from other writers from my home state. We moved here almost thirteen years ago. Both kids were born here, our business is here, and all of my…
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September 15, 2016 0