Author, Executive Editor, Freelance editor, Book reviewer, Interviewer, Mentor

"What if" stories with a twist of grace
unique relationships...family...mystery...love...victory

"Let us hold unswervingly to our faith, for He who promised is faithful." Hebrews 10:23

Lisa Lickel is a Wisconsin writer and editor who lives in a hundred and sixty-year-old house built by a Great Lakes ship captain. A multi-published, best-selling and award-winning novelist, she also writes short stories and radio theater.

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Giveaway Sweepstakes! From Now through September 21

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It's my birthday and I'm celebrating by giving away 10 e-copies of my novel Requiem for the Innocents. Enter the Sweepstakes, and I hope you win!
Aug 31, 2017 12:22 PM PDT - Sep 21, 2017 11:59 PM PDT
Requiem for the Innocents: a novel (Stories from Paradise House) (Kindle Edition)
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Brave New Century AudiobookBrave New Century from Pelican Ventures, Prism Books imprint, is now in AUDIO!

First Children of Farmington 

Matthew LaCraft, The Yankee Boy, a FIVE STAR READERS FAVORITE, is here, narrated by the lovely Stephanie Quinn.

Buy on Amazon, $3.99 or less, coming to iTunes books, and others.


SCHEDULED BOOK RELEASE for late summer 2017

Centrifugal Force, a sequel to Meander Scar

Centrifugal force is the virtual sensation of being pushed to the outside while spinning, out of control. In reality, you’re losing your balance –Gervas Friedemann

Rachel Michels was the good girl. Having a baby without a husband was not typical behavior. All Rachel would say about the baby’s daddy was that Maeve was her special gift. Rachel was a fair single mom, but when the gift’s father, an international academic, shows up decades later in 2010, can Rachel share? And now that she’s grown up, what will Maeve decide to do about him and his claims about the fate of Europe?

An American college administrator and an international social economics expert attempt to rectify the past to save their children and preserve the fragile world in crisis.