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.

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.

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Lisa Lueddecke @LisaLueddecke

Just finished the first draft of a script. 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

Now I have about 30 pages left to write. I don’t know if this is the best or the worst thing I’ve ever written. TBD.

Currently reading @Joe_N_Marino’s script THE SICKNESS. So good, and the writing is just wonderful. Not surprised at all that it was an Austin finalist. 🔥

I just read THE SICKNESS by @Joe_N_Marino and I can see why it keeps winning all the awards. What a darkly unusual and intense story about young brothers. (And vampires🩸) highly recommend! This would be so easy to film!

I have 30 pages written of a script I was hoping to finish by next week. Not sure if I can make this happen.

“Rainbow” lights for the toddler, white lights for me. Everybody wins.

Right now Twitter feels like watching the episode where Creed Bratton takes over managing the office.

I married someone who replied to a tweet of mine one time so it’ll definitely be weird if Twitter disappears.

Sent new book to agent. Will celebrate by decorating for Christmas.

Yesterday I finished a draft of something that I’ve been wanting to write or trying to write for years. 🎉

I got tagged in a post where someone got a tattoo of a quote from my first book and whew. That is a feeling.

I don’t have 50,000 words left to write of this novel, but I am doing my own version of #NaNoWriMo to get it finished. I just got today’s word count goal in. Hooray! 1684 for the day.

I spent last night writing by candlelight. So many words! 🕯

I have a *lot* of writing to get done over the next few weeks. Luckily, fall is my favorite season to write. 🍂 Wish me luck!