Lisa Brunette is the author of the Dreamslippers mystery series and other works. She's a finalist for the Nancy Pearl Book Award and a RONE Award nominee. Both Cat in the Flock and Framed and Burning are winners of the indieBRAG medallion, representing the best in indie publishing.
She also has story design and writing credits in hundreds of bestselling digital games, including dozens of flagship mystery series for Big Fish, AAA console games, and the recently released Smash Squad for iOS.
Brunette is a career writer/editor whose work has appeared in major daily newspapers and magazines, including the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Woman, and Poets & Writers. She's interviewed a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, a sex expert, homeless women, and the designer of the Batmobile, among others.
She earned a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from University of Miami, where she was a Michener Fellow. Her short stories and poetry have appeared in Bellingham Review, The Comstock Review, Icarus International, and elsewhere. She's also received a major grant from the Tacoma Arts Commission, the William Stafford Award, and the Associated Writing Programs Intro Journals Project Award.
Brunette is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, and the Lewis County Writers Guild.
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Lisa Brunette Other Books
Framed and Burning (Dreamslippers Series, #2)MysteriesThe Dreamslippers are a family of PIs who solve crimes using their ability to 'slip' into your dreams. But that isn't easy. In Framed and Burning, they have to defend one of their own. Someone sets fire to Mick Travers' art studio, killing his assistant, and Mick won't give an alibi. His sister is convinced he's innocent, but her granddaughter and
Broom of AngerBrunette explores the galvanizing quality of anger in this powerful debut collection. Anger can spark revolutions—both political and personal. It is the kernel of healing for anyone who’s been marginalized or silenced. But the poet wrestles with anger’s consuming nature, yearning for both romantic and spiritual release.
Cat in the Flock (Dreamslippers, #1)The Dreamslippers are a family of PIs who solve crimes using their ability to 'slip' into your dreams. But that isn't easy. In Cat in the Flock, 22-year-old Cat goes undercover inside a fundamentalist church where she discovers a cover-up. Will she tame her wild dreamslipping ability in time to learn the truth?
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