I received a new blurb since this website went live on September 1st. Check it out!
In the captivating Kilmoon, Lisa Alber serves up a haunting tale of Merrit Chase, a woman who travels to Ireland to sift through her family’s dark past in search of a future seemingly fated to elude her. With exquisite craft and a striking sense of place, Alber serves up a rich cast of unforgettable characters and an intricate, pull-no-punches plot. Raw with grief and painful honesty, Kilmoon is a soulful and beautifully told tale that never lets up, and never lets go.
—Bill Cameron, author of the Spotted Owl Award-winning County Line
What’s the Haps? Oct/Nov 2013
Newsletter alert! I’m gathering names for my first newsletter, which will hopefully go out
by Thanksgiving soon–December for sure. I’ll be giving away an ARC plus a little Irish gifty. If you’d like to join in the fun and keep up on my news, contact me through the Contact page.
Check out my name amongst the list of stellar writers! Noir at the Bar hits Portland for the first time! I’m excited to be a part of this awesome tradition.
October rolled through dry, crisp, and oh-so-gorgeous. This is my favorite time of year even if it’s bittersweet because of the shortening days and coming rains. I participated in an annual ghost story writing weekend with some of my writing besties. I wrote my first-ever flash fiction piece (about 500 words), which was a revelation since I tend to write long.
‘Tis November, and I’m NaNoWriMo’ing it, except that I’ll be doing my own thing (as I usually do). I’m keen to finish the current revision of #2 in the County Clare mystery series. I’m calling it GREY MAN.
In personal news, I just found out my beloved pup, Luna the One-Eyed Wonder Dog, has aggressive oral cancer. I’m spoiling her rotten. How could I not?