Can you believe we’re already at the tail end of January? We’ve almost finished the first month of 2015. Time flies!
Anyway, I have some news, and another online class coming up, and I meant to post a blog this month, and BAM the month is almost over! Yikes! LOL
First up! Thanks SO much for voting and sharing your love for the MOON SERIES! The Wolf Pack won The Paranormal Bookshelf’s reader’s poll for Best Werewolf Series of 2014!!!!
TOP PICK – The beginning of the book grabs your attention and leaves you wondering how everything will turn out.- Night Owl Book Reviews
I can’t get enough of her sexy alpha males and her stories never fail to imaginatively delight! I highly recommend BLOOD MOON and Lisa’s whole Moon series! – Reading by the Wines Book Reviews
5 Stars – Gareth is a leather jacket-wearing, Harley Davidson-riding badass, and I’m sure I won’t be the only reader finding her new book boyfriend! – Kelly Smith Book Reviews
5 Stars – Lisa Kessler’s fascinating world draws the reader and doesn’t let go until every last word has been read. – Literary Addicts Book Reviews
5 Wolfy Paws – I loved the transition of the broken Gareth to the warm, caring, loving, almost funny Gareth. He’s my hero! I love the characters, not just the main, but their whole pack. –Happy Tails and Tales Book Reviews
5 Stars – I love a shifter romance and Blood Moon hits all the marks, angst, passion and love. – Vampy & Racey Book Reviews
Okay, last but not least… It’s not too late to join my February Online Writing Class!
We’ll be focusing on Deep Point of View in your fiction writing. What is it? In a nutshell, deep point of view is sinking yourself so deeply into the main character, that the character is sharing the story with the reader instead of you.
If you’ve ever read a book, or had your own work read and got the feedback “I just didn’t care about the characters.” This is usually a deep point of view problem. We don’t care because we’re not invested, we’re not “in” the story, it’s being “told” to us.
Through the month of February, we’ll have a few lessons and assignments to practice point of view, and then you’ll be able to share scenes from your own writing and we’ll workshop them to dig even deeper into your characters and their viewpoint.
It should be a great class and space is limited, so reserve your spot now! 🙂
Thanks again for all the support for my books! Looking ahead in 2015, Harvest Moon should be out in April and Ice Moon will be out this winter. I’ve also got a couple more projects in the wings that I can’t wait to share!
Hope you’re having a great year so far!