Lisa A. Nichols has been a storyteller her entire life. The very first movie she fell in love with was Star Wars, and the very first books she read were the Little House books, so perhaps it’s inevitable that she’d wind up writing science fiction with a domestic twist. She lives in Michigan with a tiny ridiculous dog, too many cats, and a crush on Luke Skywalker that she should’ve outgrown thirty years ago. She is represented by Jennifer Udden of Barry Goldblatt Literary.
I’m not going to tell you every time there’s a review for Vessel, but there have been a few really exciting things I wanted to share with you.
First, Vessel received a starred rating in Library Journal, who also named it their Debut of the Month. They had some amazing things to say! “Sf aficionados will savor this surprising page-turner. The attempt to resolve the personal relationship problems inherent after long separations from friends, spouse, and child is compelling. Highly recommended.”
Then just this week I found out that LoanStars, a site that compiles lists of the top ten books each month chosen by library staff all over Canada, has named Vessel for the month of May!
There are so many great things coming that I can’t wait to share with you. Watch this space!