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Author Lisa M. Lucero Releases Her Second Novel

Sci-Fi novel The Death Firm is now available at Amazon and Barnes & Nobel

 

NEWTON, IOWA (October 2020) – Author Lisa M. Lucero recently published her second book, titled The Death Firm. The science fiction novel is available in both paperback and e-book formats.

 

Whereas Lucero’s first novel was romance suspense, she decided to experiment with a widely different genre for her second book.

 

“I’ve always had an interest in science fiction, dating back to my childhood when I devoured books and movies involving technology, science, and fantasy,” Lucero said. “The opportunity to write a book and expand my creativity seemed appealing.”

 

Librarian Winter Harris’ life is completely changed when he volunteers to do research on the Death Firms, a monster that is part human, part animal, and part robot. The Death Firms were created by the military to use for border control and self-defense. The experiment went wrong when the Death Firms broke loose and started eating everyone in its path. It is all up to Harris to figure out a solution for fighting and killing the Death Firms.

 

“I like stretching out my imagination and creating a whole new world,” Lucero said. “The characters and scenarios in this book were fun to play around with during the writing process. Some of the twists and turns even surprised me.”

Lucero’s novel may be purchased on Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Visit her website for more information at www.lisamlucero.com

 

​About the Author:

Lucero earned her bachelor's degree in communications at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, and majored in journalism at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas. She got her start as an obituary clerk at The Hutchinson News. Afterward, she was a general assignment reporter at the McPherson Sentinel, a business reporter at the Garden City Telegram, and a news reporter at the Jackson County Herald-Tribune. Lucero also was a freelance writer for the Emporia Gazette, Grinnell College, and the University of Houston-Victoria. She is currently working at Grinnell College as a data and records assistant. Lucero is currently writing her third novel, The Re-Creation of the Death Firm. She grew up in McPherson, Kansas, and is now living in Newton, Iowa. 

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 Author Lisa M. Lucero Releases Her Debut Novel “Waves Crashing”

 

NEWTON, IOWA (April 2019) - Author Lisa M. Lucero released her debut book, titled Waves Crashing, a suspense-romance novel. Heroine Corona Bowser crosses paths with a stranger who has a dark secret. Her life becomes endangered after discovering the broodingly handsome Andrew Harkins’ troubling past. He attempts to kill her, but she manages to escape. Harkins is now on the run from the law. She must lay low until the police can capture Harkins. Bowser meets Harkins’ brother who becomes attracted to her. She fears he is as dangerous as Andrew and must guard herself from him.

 

Waves Crashing won’t disappoint the avid suspense-romance reader. With a few twists, some thrill rides, and murder it will entertain and have readers sitting at the edge of their seats. Each character has a unique personality, and an interesting background.

Her novel may be purchased on the Barnes and Noble website at https://m.barnesandnoble.com/w/books/1131216654, and on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Waves-Crashing-Lisa-M-Lucero-ebook/dp/B07QBR31KP/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=waves+crashing&qid=1554995424&s=books&sr=1-8

 

 

About the Author:

Lucero earned her bachelor's degree in communications at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, and  majored in journalism at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas. She got her start as an obituary clerk at The Hutchinson News. Afterward, she was a general assignment reporter at the McPherson Sentinel, a business reporter at the Garden City Telegram, and a news reporter at the Jackson County Herald-Tribune. Lucero also was a freelance writer for the Emporia Gazette, Grinnell College, and the University of Houston-Victoria. She is currently working at Grinnell College as a data and records assistant. Lucero is working on her second novel, "The Death Firm." She grew up in McPherson, Kansas, and is now living in Newton, Iowa.