Often referred to as the “Queen of Suspense,” Lisa Gardner almost dares you to try to figure out her mysteries before the last page of her books. However, most of her readers will tell you, that’s just not possible with Gardner’s never ending plot twists. In this one on one conversation, Gardner reveals some of her writing secrets: how she comes up with those plot twists, where she gets her characters’ names and characteristics, and how a walk through the serene New Hampshire White Mountains can inspire some of her most poignant scenes. Plus, it’s not just her characters who can be mysterious. Gardner has a few secrets of her own. Learn about her other pen name, favorite past time and unusual desires she fulfilled in writing her most recent novel Touch and Go.
With over 22 million books in print, a lot of people will recognize author Lisa GardnerÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs name.ÃÂÃÂ ÃÂÃÂ But, how much do you know about this number one New York Times bestselling crime novelist?ÃÂÃÂ ÃÂÃÂ She has quite a humorous outlook on life.ÃÂÃÂ ÃÂÃÂ Meet her here.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|