Lisa Lueddecke

Lisa Lueddecke

Author

Having been born into an Air Force family which gave her a love for travel, Lisa Lueddecke has spent her life moving between four countries and five states. She currently resides in England, is one of five girls, and is a former book blogger and publishing intern turned writer.

A Shiver of Snow and Sky, the first installment in her debut fantasy series, was published by Scholastic in October 2017; its sequel – A Storm of Ice and Stars – came out in October 2018.

The Forest of Ghost and Bones, a new stand-alone novel aimed at young adults, followed in October 2020, published by Scholastic.

Her newest fantasy aimed at young adults, The City of Lost Dreamers, was published on 7th October 2021.

PHOTO/ © Thomas Catterall

Lisa Lueddecke @LisaLueddecke

Finally, FINALLY, my little guy got his first Covid vaccine. He didn’t cry, but I’m ready to. 🥺

The chaos of going to bed in a 200-year-old farmhouse in New England after watching The Conjuring.

Unfortunately I’m sick today BUT this week has been so great and I’ve had the chance to speak to some really great people, so I have zero complaints. 💖

I have been largely bed/couch-bound, so today I am about to finish the first draft of a script I started a week ago. I have to celebrate! #screenwriting

I have some incredibly exciting calls next week and this weekend is going to feel way too loooooooong.

Unfortunately I’m going to have to wait until after my impending reproductive surgery to have this particular emotional breakdown. What the fuck.

Today I came up with the working title. Progress!

Today I am frustrated so I’m going to pour all of that energy into writing my new feature. Might as well make good use of it. Wish me luck.

One year on and this is still the best thing my toddler has ever done.

Love me a good thunderstorm. ⚡️

In this video, 2021 Sci-Fi Winner @LisaLueddecke conveys the excitement of being struck by an idea born out of her passion for all things outer space.

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I have written 19 pages since last night. I wish I could be this productive all the time, but I’m at least thankful for it right now.

This morning I finally finished the first draft of my first TV pilot. Literally so happy. 💖

Today I spent the afternoon outside with a friend having pizza and wine in the sun and it was delightful. 🍕☀️

A galaxy far, far away…

Latest astrophotography project, although I plan to add to this one. M64, 17 million light years away, which means this light has been on a 17 million year journey to Earth. 🌌🔭

This week has ended up being hopeful and exciting in a couple different ways, so I’m going to close out this Friday with a glass of wine and some more Obi-Wan Kenobi. 🙌🏻