Lisa Lueddecke

Lisa Lueddecke


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.

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Lisa Lueddecke @LisaLueddecke

today might be the day I write the first words of my screenplay. it was my 2020 goal, so there’s no time like the present I guess.

I love encouraging people to write. I really do. But a number of times people have asked if I could give them some tips on writing, which turned out to be them dumping their manuscript on me asking me to get it published. Which... you know. I can’t do.

🌱 the forest of ghosts and bones 🌲

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if youre sorting out your 2020 tbr and like fantasy, go ahead and add my upcoming book on goodreads. thanks a billion

so it finally feels like the right time to say that I have a folder on my laptop full of ideas for a book called kingdom of ash that I started in 2010. gonna go ahead and change that now

twitter what was the ONE song of your teenage years that you listened to 4000 times and it never got old and just made you feel complete

~book introduces boy with a dark past~

working on a side project that can best be described as north of the wall x the city of ember and it is wild and weird and making me feel thoroughly alive

if only optimistic january 1st lisa knew january 17th lisa would be eating doritos and a piece of cheese for lunch

things you might see in fogab:

~ dark cities
~ frightening forests
~ magic
~ weird fantasy lore
~ girls who can fight

moms, how do you write with the constant tiredness of having a baby who wakes up at night?

Never thought I would hit number one. Thank you 🙏😭🙏😭🙏😭

im watching two squirrels have an absolute banger of a fight about who gets to sit on top of the wood pile and do nothing, and it feels like an analogy for men in general

if youre sorting out your 2020 tbr and like fantasy, go ahead and add my upcoming book on goodreads. thanks a billion

i will never complain if you get me a gift but if you buy me a plant that needs 6.9 hours of sunlight a day and then a massage followed by 5 hours of moonlight while being read French poetry just to keep it alive while I have a baby I will absolutely subtweet you

It’s here. Spent half an hour just holding it. So stupid to cry over, but I am. This story was all consuming - writing it was like a fever I had to survive. But I did, & it’s real, it’s here, & it is so, so beautiful. #TheMercies

Heaven Is A Place On Earth needs to come with a warning for anyone who has seen San Junipero. You can’t just play it unannounced and expect me not to burst into tears.

people LOVE comparing their babies to yours, I’ve learned

“my baby was born with a full set of teeth!”

“mine was heard saying mama during his ultrasound!”

“my 1-year-old just got accepted into Harvard!”