Author Spotlight: Lisa T. Cresswell, Author of Vessel

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Welcome to this week’s M9B Friday Reveal!

This week, we are featuring
Lisa T. Cresswell, author of 
Vessel
presented by Month9Books!

Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post!

Lisa T. Cresswell
Meet Lisa T. Cresswell!

Lightening Round Questions
Twitter or Facebook? Twitter by far!
Favorite Superhero? Hulk
Favorite TV show? Um, I don't watch tv anymore.
Sweet or Salty? Sweet
Coke or Pepsi? Pepsi before I gave it up; now its coffee :)
Any Phobias? Heights/fear of falling
Song you can’t get enough of right now? They play it way too much, but
I still like Uptown Funk.
Who is your ultimate Book Boyfriend? That's tough. I'm sure Peta's up
there. I'll get back to you on that one ;)
What are you reading right now or what's on your TBR? I want to read
the latest Neil Gaiman book. Always!
Fall Movie you’re most looking forward to? It's really next winter,
but it's STAR WARS!!
Lisa, like most writers, began scribbling silly notes, stories, and poems at a very young age. Born in North Carolina, the South proved fertile ground to her imagination with its beautiful white sand beaches and red earth. In fifth grade, she wrote, directed and starred in a play “The Queen of the Nile” at school, despite the fact that she is decidedly un-Egyptian looking. Perhaps that’s why she went on to become a real life archaeologist? 
Unexpectedly transplanted to Idaho as a teenager, Lisa learned to love the desert and the wide open skies out West. This is where her interest in cultures, both ancient and living, really took root, and she became a Great Basin archaeologist. However, the itch to write never did leave for long. Her first books became the middle grade fantasy trilogy, The Storyteller Series. Her first traditionally published work, Hush Puppy, is now available from Featherweight Press. 
Lisa still lives in Idaho with her family and a menagerie of furry critters that includes way too many llamas!
Connect with the Author: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

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The sun exploded on On April 18, 2112 in a Class X solar storm the likes of which humankind had never seen. 
They had exactly nineteen minutes to decide what to do next. 
They had nineteen minutes until a geomagnetic wave washed over the Earth, frying every electrical device created by humans, blacking out entire continents, and every satellite in their sky. 
Nineteen minutes to say goodbye to the world they knew, forever, and to prepare for a new Earth, a new Sun.

Generations after solar storms destroyed nearly all human technology on Earth, humans reverted to a middle ages-like existence, books are burned as heresy, and all knowledge of the remaining technology is kept hidden by a privileged few called the Reticents. 
Alana, a disfigured slave girl, and Recks, a traveling minstrel and sometimes-thief, join forces to bring knowledge and books back to the human race. But when Alana is chosen against her will to be the Vessel, the living repository for all human knowledge, she must find the strength to be what the world needs even if it’s the last thing she wants.
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Vessel
Lisa T. Cresswell
May 2015 by Month9Books, LLC.
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9 comments

  1. Stef Burroughs5/8/15, 7:29 AM

    thank you!

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  2. I haven't but abt 10 yrs ago received an email from him out of the blue after not seeing him for over 25 yrs. Made me cry. Nothing stays forever in your heart like the first love.

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  3. The cover is fantastic, the story sounds awesome! Thanks for the give away chance. Have a great weekend Tressa, and Happy Mother's Day :)

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  4. Oh I got this book for review through netgalley, I hope to read it soon it sounds really good :). I enjoyed the Heartwarming books I read so far. It's fun seeing all those highlights from the tour stops lined up like this.

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  5. This sounds like a great story !

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  6. I have been curious about this one. I hope you had a great Mother's Day too! :D

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  7. It is kind of a first experience that you'll always remember, isn't it?

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  8. Thanks, Lola! That is super nice of you to say. It does take some time and work, but it's what we do. :) I hope you enjoy this one!

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  9. I hope you enjoy it when you get the chance to read it!

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