Lisa Shearin, National Bestselling Author

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Snippet from The Phoenix Illusion

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A little something fresh from my writer brain for The Phoenix Illusion (coming November 6.) There was a knock on the door. It couldn’t be the butlers; and if it were, they wouldn’t knock. Besides, Rake had turned down their services, instead preferring the comfort of walking around the suite unglamoured. “Expecting anyone?” I asked […]

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The release date for The Phoenix Illusion is November 6!

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Sorry I haven’t sent any newsletters for a while, but I thought you’d rather hear from me when I had important news, rather than to say “I’m still working on the next book.” Well, I am still working on the next book, but now I have a release date for it. Finally! All versions of The Phoenix […]

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A snippet from The Phoenix Illusion featuring a VERY special guest star

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Fresh from my writer brain, here’s a little something I just wrote for The Phoenix Illusion (SPI Files 6), out early this fall. It introduces a very special guest star from my Raine Benares series — the goblin Tamnais Nathrach. Tam in Manhattan. Let the fun begin. ; )     The mirror with its […]

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Update on the sales links & a recommendation on a great series to read

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Update on the sales link transfer — Everything has successfully moved over from NLA Digital to me, and the links are back up and functional. Whew! (That was a colossal pain in the patoot.) Huge thanks to Lori at NLA Digital, and the folks at KDP/Amazon and CreateSpace for helping me get moved and settled […]

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Broken or missing sales links for my books? Be patient.

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I’ve gotten quite a few emails about the links to my indie published books being broken or even gone. It’s okay. I’m still here, and I’m not going anywhere. : ) I had been doing my indie publishing through my agent’s imprint NLA Digital LLC. Kristin has recently decided to ramp down and discontinue that […]

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Great books I’ve read lately + news on SPI Files 6 (The Phoenix Illusion)

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I’m picking back up with a blog series I started on books I’ve found that I absolutely love. With all the books out there, it can be hard to sift through and find the gems. I’ve found a few really great ones (in my opinion). I’ll try to post on this every week or two. […]

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Upcoming books & news on The Myth Manifestation paperback

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The print version of The Myth Manifestation is now available from B&N for those of you who were waiting. Thank you so much for all of your kind emails, reviews, and comments on The Myth Manifestation! It was as much fun for me to write as it was for you to read. That being said, […]

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Amazon link for print version of The Myth Manifestation

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The print version is starting to appear at retailers. The first up is Amazon. Here is the link to the print version of The Myth Manifestation. Note: It’s print-on-demand and is trade paperback size, so it costs more than the mass market version that you’re used to. We hope in the future that the printer […]

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Release day update for The Myth Manifestation

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It’s finally release day for The Myth Manifestation! I understand that the ebook is releasing without problem, but the print version isn’t showing up on retail sites yet. I am checking into this and will update you *as soon as* I have an answer for you. Hang in there, it’s coming! : ) In the […]

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The Myth Manifestation snippet for your Friday

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Only a few more days until Tuesday when you can get your hands on The Myth Manifestation. Here’s a snippet for your Friday. . . The thing slammed into the bottom of the elevator, sending the car—and our legs—up a good two feet. Kenji and I had instinctively grabbed the cable, which was all that’d […]

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