Lisa Nicholas


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July 07, 1972

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I’ve always called Michigan home, despite some deep family roots in Kentucky. When I was five, I asked for a typewriter for Christmas because I knew I wanted to write books. I realized then that the blank white space needed words, and panicked. These days the blank white space is on a computer screen instead of paper, and there’s usually less panic and better spelling. Usually.

My first love has always been for stories that have larger-than-life heroines and heroes fighting an epic battle against evil or having an epic romance–or even better, both. If I’m not writing, I’m feeding my story addiction any way I can: raiding Netflix, pillaging my local bookstore and library, and (most recently) tearing my way through the comics archive at Marvel
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The Farther I Fall

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As Lost As I Get

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“You’re saying you think one of my staff might be a terrorist.” She kept her face neutral, but couldn’t resist asking the next question, like poking at a sore tooth. “Is this the first organization you’ve visited?” “Yes.”
Lisa Nicholas, As Lost as I Get

“It wasn’t the first time he’d met someone that made him want to kneel, to crawl, to submit, but it was the strongest reaction he’d had in a long time. And she had no qualms about manhandling him. His wrists still ached from where she’d grabbed him, and he wanted to savor that.”
Lisa Nicholas, The Farther I Fall



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