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Lillian Clark, a graduate of the University of Wyoming, grew up riding horses, climbing trees, and going on grand imaginary adventures in the small-town West. She's worked as a lifeguard, a camp counselor, and a Zamboni driver, but found her eternal love working as a bookseller at an independent bookstore. Now living in Teton Valley, Idaho with her husband, son, and two giant dogs, she spends her time reading almost anything and writing books for teens.

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Lillian Clark Thank you Gail!! I am actually not at all a computer whiz (ha, I probably lose points for even using the term "computer whiz"), so I had to research…moreThank you Gail!! I am actually not at all a computer whiz (ha, I probably lose points for even using the term "computer whiz"), so I had to research this pretty steadily as I wrote. I started by reading a fabulous book by Gabriella Coleman called HACKER, HOAXER, WHISTLEBLOWER, SPY: THE MANY FACES OF ANONYMOUS, and used that as my jumping-off point for research. Coleman's books was great for pointing me in the right direction for terminology and modes, which I then researched further online while figuring out how to apply them to the book itself. In the end, it's fiction of course, but hopefully *believable* fiction!(less)
Lillian Clark Hi Lisa! Thank you for the question :).

IMMORAL CODE has five main characters (Nari, Bellamy, Keagan, Reese, and Santiago) and alternates between each…more
Hi Lisa! Thank you for the question :).

IMMORAL CODE has five main characters (Nari, Bellamy, Keagan, Reese, and Santiago) and alternates between each of their POVs. Writing it was definitely complex! I did a lot of outlining to keep the plot straight as it's told through five different voices. But getting inside each character's head was one of my favorite parts. After I wrote and polished the first draft, I went back and reworked each character's sections separately, focusing on voice and each MC's personal arc, as well as how they contribute to the book as a whole. In the end, the book is as much about these friends and their relationships as it is about the heist itself.(less)
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Where to start?? What a fascinating read! This book is so original, imaginative, compelling, heart-breaking and -warming; I absolutely loved it. If you like realistic, science-driven books that twist your expectations on their head, BEFORE I ...more
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This book is brilliant. It's not like anything I've ever read before. It's a chameleon of a book, one thing and then another, twisting from historical to fantastical to horrific like a contortionist. I was absolutely blown away. If you like Shirley ...more
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Wow, I loved this book. Funny, fast-paced, full of twists and mystery, wrapped up in a vividly real friendship with all of the highs and lows and complexities. I adore Zan and Logan and Priya! Can I get a companion told from Priya's POV now? Please? ...more
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