Author has written 12 stories for Vampire Diaries, True Blood, Firefly, Push, Captain America, and Superman.
I'm a mother of two, happily married for twenty-seven years, living in the Pacific Northwest. I am a complete tv addict (have to have it on at all times). I like to write, play online RPG's, sing, read... lots more I can't think of at the moment...
The supernatural has long been my favorite to write and read. Werewolves, vampires, witchcraft, ghosts, things that go bump in the night; these are a few of my favorite things to write about. Not sparkly beings with phenomenal cosmic power that are always the smartest, bravest, prettiest Mary Sue to walk the planet, but real people who just happen to have this little quirk…
In addition to writing fan fiction, I have published thirty-two books under the name Lisa Olsen. For more information on my current writing projects, please visit my website at lisaolsen dot net
Because so many people have asked, here are a few short blurbs of what some of the books are about:
The Company of Shadows
Cady Garrett can’t help but be shaken when next door neighbor, Ethan, shows up in the nick of time to save her from a ruthless killer, spouting mumbo jumbo. Even more disturbed when the killer slits his own throat to escape Ethan after a vicious struggle. Curiously, Ethan insists on leaving before the dead killer returns, even though he can barely stand on his feet. Nursing him back to health, Cady is drawn into a world of half truths and mysteries, where shadows hide more than the seedy underbelly of San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. She has become the obsession of a darker power, and no one, not even Ethan, can keep her safe from his twisted desires.
Wake Me When the Sun Goes Down
Anja Evans wakes up in the morgue with a hell of a hangover. It takes almost eating her best friend before she figures out... she's a vampire. When a dark and dangerous vampire shows up at her door asking to see her license and registration, Anja assumes Bishop is a regular cop. But breeding among vampires is strictly controlled, and her unlicensed status makes her an enemy of The Order. Struggling to find a balance between her former life and her undead one, Anja tries to blend school and living up to her new identity, all while searching to find the elusive Viking, whose blood gave Anja the strength of a vampire hundreds of years old.
Angel of Mercy
When Mercy wakes up in the hospital after a brutal stabbing, she has little recollection of the attack - only the blurred memories of a mysterious stranger with piercing blue eyes. Samael is a fallen angel, living out his life among humans but apart from them. Unwilling to let an innocent die, Sam bestowed some of his Grace to Mercy, accidentally imbuing her with angelic powers. Thrust into a world where angels and demons coexist unseen by mortals, Mercy must learn to accept the fact that she is no longer strictly human; she is something new. Complicating things is Adamiel, the reckless fallen angel who is equal parts information and aggravation. Now Mercy’s eyes are opened to a whole new world beyond the human realm… and their eyes are opened to her.
Lexi Morgan has always had The Touch - the ability to pick up an object and 'see' its past. Doomed to wearing protective gloves at all times, she learned to accept it as equal parts gift and curse. When her brother in law Neil goes missing, she’d rather tell her sister to celebrate than try to help find the jerk. But after her young niece disappears as well, it’s time to put her gift to good use and help track her down; especially when handsome Detective Gabriel Ryan takes over the case. While the Detective seems less than convinced in Lexi’s ability to help him solve the case, he can’t dispute her uncanny ability to pull memories out of simple items. When the investigation leads them to the restless spirits of long dead children, they must work together to keep history from repeating itself before it’s too late.