Lisa Scott is a former TV news anchor who now enjoys making up stories for a living instead of sticking to the facts. She lives in upstate NY with her husband, two children, dog, cats, and koi fish. When not writing, she works as a voice actor on projects like audiobooks, apps, narrations, voice mail systems, commercials and more. As an anchor and reporter, she worked for TV stations in Bangor, ME, Rochester, NY and Buffalo, NY. She loves chocolate, hates sushi, and spends much of her time gardening. (But truth be told, she can’t keep an indoor plant alive to save her life. You don’t want to know how many orchids have perished at her hands.)
Melody in Northern MI
I just read “My Fake Fiance” which I got off Barnes and Noble Nook (for my Android driven Vizio V-Tab) and I must say I simply loved it…I couldn’t put it down….I will be looking for more from you!! will try to find you on FB as well!!
carolyn w. Says :
I just read fake finance l loved it. I am an edery reader but still love romance stories. I am 78!!!!!
Thanks Carolyn! Still young at heart. Glad you enjoyed it. Keep reading!
Hi lisa. I just read take fiancee very droll. I’ve always wanted to be a writer but I’m basically afraid of failure. I write sci-fi/fantasy so its a bit different from your work. Would you recommend using any of the writing community websites? You know the ones where you upload your story and other amateur writers give advice. Or is it better to publish a free short story as an ebook straight off and see how it goes? Or would you recommend taking the traditional route and sending work off to a publisher?
Hi Kirsty! You could do both–post a short story and write another one for critique. Many people have found those sites useful, but you do need to have a thick skin. You could also purse a traditional publishing route at the same time. I’m doing both self-publishing and traditional publishing and it’s working for me. Good luck!
I just read My Fake Fiance and absolutely loved it! I couldn’t put my e-reader down until I finished it. Just subscribed to your newsletter and put several of your books on my wishlist for my e-reader. Thank you!!
Thanks so much! Happy reading.
Lisa – If I read “Flirts” or any of the other books with 5 or 15 stories, do I need to buy the separate books or are they exactly the same? What is your first book? I’ve tried to make a list so I can read them all. I just finished reading Flirts and loved it. I like the idea of quick short stories I can read in one sitting. Thanks again.
Hi Shirley! Each Flirts! book has five stories. The volumes were released in this order: Flirts!, Beach Flirts!, Holiday Flirts!, Fairy Tale Flirts!, Wedding Flirts!, More Flirts!, Reunion Flirts! and Fairy Tale Flirts 2! Look for Office Flirts! in late fall 2013.
They don’t have to be read in this order. However, a few characters or references pop up in later books that would be more enjoyable if you read them as released, but they don’t carry over like a series.
I’ve bundled a few of these volumes into box sets to save readers some money. These are the same volumes I’ve listed above, just sold 3 at a time. So glad you’re enjoying them. Thanks! Lisa
Just read Flirts while on a business trip. Needless to say I couldn’t stop reading. Loved it and I’m hooked!!!! Getting ready to start on Beach Flirts. Great job. Thank you.
You are a creative, clever storyteller! I laughed and chuckled throughout the first short story in Romantic Flirts, then I was touched and inspired by the second story. Count me in as a devoted fan! Thank you for these gifts to your readers! Best wishes, Vicki