Wednesday, June 04, 2014

GASP is in stores now!

It's the final book in my Visions trilogy. Hope you enjoy!

If you haven't given this trilogy a try yet, start with CRASH, then BANG.

Thanks so much for your support!

Monday, December 30, 2013

The Unwanteds SUPER CONTEST!

Readers, check out The Unwanteds Super Contest on Kidzbop.com! Some cool prizes like signed books, gift cards, and even a chance to get your name written into my next Unwanteds book.

Check it out soon--you have until January 13, 2014, to enter.

Good luck!

xox
Lisa

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Friday, October 18, 2013

The Unwanteds: Island of Legends

is the title for book 4 in the series. On sale September 2nd, 2014. No cover to show you yet, but the artist and design team are working hard on it, and it's going to be amazing.

There will be seven books in all.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

THANK YOU for making The Unwanteds a New York Times Bestselling Series!!

Great news, Unwanteds fans! We had a tremendous first week thanks to all of you going out and getting your copies of The Unwanteds: Island of Fire. You did so well that you propelled the series right on to the New York Times Bestselling Series list! That is AMAZING, because that list is very hard to crack.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

If you are a teacher, librarian, home schooler, book clubber, or megafan, you might find this Unwanteds Series Curriculum Guide to be fun and helpful. It's a terrific resource written by former librarian and 2002 Chair of the Newbery Award Committee, and it aligns with Common Core standards. Download and pass it around all you like.
 
Let's keep the momentum going! If you haven't had a chance to purchase Island of Fire or the first two books (The Unwanteds and The Unwanteds: Island of Silence), now's a great time to do it. And if you are eagerly awaiting book 4 (coming Sept 2014), why not let your friends know about the series so they can catch up? Just tell them it's about a world where children who are caught being creative get sent to their deaths. Or mention what Kirkus Reviews called it: "The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter."

Thank you again for your love and support. I love my job, and I wouldn't be able to do it without the wonderful support of readers like you. You make me want to write more books!