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Goodreads Choice Awards Finalist

Woo hoo! INK AND BONE is a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards. Thanks so much to my readers — I’m so grateful to have come this far. Hope you’ll consider voting just ONE last time in this final round! From Goodreads: It’s all come down to this, the final battle for the best books…

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Goodreads Choice Awards 2016 Nominee!

Wow, I’m over the moon to share that INK AND BONE is a Goodreads Choice Awards 2016 Nominee for Best Horror Novel of the Year! Honestly, this is the award that means the most to me, because it’s all about readers and what they chose as their favorites for the year. So really, this award…

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Chris Pavone and Lisa Unger, in Conversation

Inhabiting Character, Art Imitating Life, and What Publishing Jobs Taught Us about Writing Most of the time, authors are alone. To complete a novel, one must be comfortable with solitude. In fact, one must even be happy to log hours with head bent in silence, fingers to the keyboard. But on the other side of…

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Book Tour – A Note of Thanks!

I’m back home now after a fantastic book tour for INK AND BONE.  The last couple of months were a whirlwind. Wow!  Thanks to everyone — booksellers, librarians, media, author pals, reader friends, and family — who turned out for my events up and down the east coast. Some were huge, some were more intimate.…

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Tess Gerritsen and Lisa Unger, in Conversation

Ghosts, Guns and Dark Places I am a long-time fan of New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen.  Not just because she’s a superstar writer, but also because she’s a truly lovely and generous person.  She took time out of her crazy busy schedule to spend a week as my pen pal!  What started off…

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Women of Mystery

Lisa Unger, Lisa Gardner & Alafair Burke Women of Mystery Thursday February 11th, 2016 at 6:30 pm Carlouel Yacht Club Clearwater Beach, Florida Women of Mystery — Join us for an evening of lively conversation between New York Times bestselling authors Alafair Burke, Lisa Gardner and Lisa Unger, as they chat about their most recent…

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Welcome to The Hollows

When I first started writing about The Hollows, I didn’t think very much of it. It was the fictional setting for my 2010 novel, FRAGILE, nestled someplace “up North.” It was near New York City geographically, but far from it in every other way. I envisioned it as a smallish town, the kind of place…

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Spelunker

I’ve always been willing to follow my characters wherever they wish to take me. And they’ve taken me down the rabbit hole into addiction, psychosis, fugue states, the full rainbow of emotion and dark circumstances. I consider myself as a spelunker willing to shimmy myself into the crevices of the psyche, headlamp on, prepared to…

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The Hollows

The Hollows is a very interesting and unique place. It started out simply as the setting, a fictional town I created, for my novel FRAGILE. But, over the years, it has become much more. A reader asked the following question: “To me, The Hollows is a symbol of the Universe. Does The Hollows act more…

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