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Lisa Slater

Lisa Slater
  • Writing:

    Thrillers Suspense Mysteries Contemporary Romance Romantic Suspense Western Romance
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author
  • Member Since: Jan 2020
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Lisa Slater-

Is a United States Author of fiction Romance / Mystery / Thriller and Suspense novels. She’s from Coos County, Oregon, and is a real western cowgirl, riding horses, raising cows, cherishing her dogs and chickens, but above all, her family. She is happiest in the company of her best friends: her supportive husband and delightfully esteemed sons.

Precisely before wearing spurs everywhere – yes, everywhere - Lisa has become best known for captivating her readers and has been accused on many occasions, that she’s caused them to burn too much of the midnight oil devouring every last word before dawn. If this were the case with you, she sends her apology (but is indeed quite ecstatic).


Hi readers!

As an author, there is nothing I find more exhilarating than encountering those remarkable moments when what I thought was “my story “develops, much like a child, and becomes a story of its own. Boldly tugging me along, luring me to chase after startling discoveries and uncovering rightful identities of yearning characters.

As a person, there is nothing I find more exhilarating than living in the actual moment and experiencing life all around and within me. I believe a good author knows how to write, but a great storyteller knows how to live.
Chancing Hope (Romantic Suspense) - Book Review Published June 2018

"This author is a MAGNIFICENTLY gifted story teller! This book was hard to put down and so I didn't! I used all of my spare time to immerse myself in the story and that was simply done because of the way this author used her flair with words to pull me in! I loved the symbolism with the animals and the people. It was not lost on me. The book is filled with descriptions of characters that were so real that I imagine I knew them. And believe me...the antagonist is not someone I WANT to know...AT ALL! The story is compelling and I actually found myself scooching to the edge of my seat more than once as I read on and on. At LEAST I didn't scream at the characters, out loud that is. I do wonder if there will be a sequel or even a movie script for this book. I'll follow her story telling career to find out!"

Review by Kathy C.
Holder of The Horses (Sweet Romance) - Book Review Published July 2019

"BEAUTIFUL The way this author has written these characters makes you feel like you are experiencing exactly what they are going through. I felt their sorrow and pain and cried right along with them. I never really knew how much it took to manage a ranch or the heartaches it could have but this book shows you just how hard and rewarding it is. This book also shows you about following your dreams, unconditional love, and what a family should be. I will always think of this story and smile when I see an eagle. Thank you for such a beautiful story."

Review by JR
For The Garden (Thriller / Mystery) NEW RELEASE Published May 2020

Years ago, the unimaginable murder of eleven-year-old Samuella Rose left Sarina Rose, her twin sister, in a downward spiral and plagued by nightmares. Fifteen years later - the case still wide open - the only way she has managed to keep her head above water is due to her attractive massage therapist, Duane Whitson, who she battles to keep at a distance, and Clyde Small, the detective who has never given up on combing every lead in search for justice. However, it’s her unlikely roommate, Becky Bracken, that introduces her to dream interpretation. But that’s not where the interpretation stops.

A cold shiver covered Becky’s arms and legs with goosebumps. This was beyond superstition or hoaxes. This was actually happening. Graver still, she suspected, Sarina had no idea.

Could Samuella really be communicating over the gap of death, beseeching for justice? Or is Sarina losing her grip on reality? Either way, finding the killer was worth the risk, but if she succeeded would anyone believe her?

What did she have to lose? Just her sanity. Maybe her life.
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Chancing Hope: A STORY OF LOVE AND UNPREDICTABLE SUSPENSEby Lisa SlaterPublish: Jun 26, 2018Romantic Suspense
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FOR THE GARDENby Lisa SlaterPublish: May 06, 2020Thrillers Suspense
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HOLDER OF THE HORSES: A FAMILY'S LEGENDARY JOURNEY THROUGH LIFEby Lisa SlaterPublish: Jul 01, 2019Contemporary Romance Western Romance

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      • Lisa Slater Lisa Slater 22 days ago
      • I am often inspired by my physical surroundings, but more so by my thoughts and daydreams. Music is also a very powerful tool that not only inspires me as an individual, both in life and writing, but people as a whole. I have been writing most of my life.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 22 days ago
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • Lisa Slater Lisa Slater 22 days ago
      • Aspiring writers, three L's: Live, Learn, and Long.

        Sometimes the scariest thing for a writer to do, is to Live. We, in general, are quite comfortable in our artist mode, tucked safely away from noise and the cluster of people. But to live outside those comfort areas forces us to grow, and in turn, become better writers because of it. Which leads us to Learn.

        My advice, in any category, is to keep learning. Never stop. My niece once told my that she wanted to take horseback riding lessons from me because I knew all there was to know. To which I replied, "If I knew everything, I'd be dead."

        The third L is Long. Long sort of summarizes our entire passion for writing, and our journey through it. Long to Live. Long to Learn. Long to write. Keep that fire alive, both in yourself, and your readers
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      • Lisa Slater Lisa Slater 22 days ago
      • For me, the best thing about writing would be limits. There are none! Sure, there are rules -lots of them- but as they say, rules were meant to be broken. Some of them (wink).

        When writing, the author creates, without boundaries, every last detail. It's a time and a place where we put the judgement of others aside, and just write. The freedom is unlike any other. The mind is permitted, and encouraged, to go wherever it may.

        I find it to be much like a treasure hunt, with no map. The treasure ends up being the trek, and the view of where you have been. Perhaps even, where you are going.
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