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Lisa Holcomb

She / Her/ Hers

Tyler TX

Lisa Holcomb graduated from Texas A&M University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in English. She resides in Tyler, TX with her husband, 3 boys, and 2 cats. She writes fantasy and science fiction for both young adult and adult audiences, as well as poetry and personal essays. She has spent 19 years blogging about adoption and reunion, and parenting while living with chronic illness. Recent publications include a short story in Next Chapters Unleashed: A Beachy Anthology, a personal essay in Boy Moms: Collective Tales of Mothers and Sons, and a poem in

Joined September 2022

What I Write

Fiction
Nonfiction
Poetry
Science Fiction/Fantasy
Memoir
Personal Essays
Young Adult

Where I'm at in the Process

Planning/Pre-Writing
Writing
Editing/Revising
Querying
Published and Promoting

All this time I’ve been scribbling away all these little stories of my own in the background, but I was too scared to do anything with them. Last year I decided that I wasn’t going to hide my words anymore. This year I'm a published author. It's amazing!

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First Name

Lisa

Display Name

lisaholcombauthorgmail-com

Last Name

Holcomb

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Preferred Name

Lisa Holcomb

Pronouns

She / Her/ Hers

City

Tyler

State

TX

Email

lisaholcombauthor@gmail.com

What I Write

Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Memoir, Personal Essays, Young Adult

I am Currently...

Published and Promoting

Bio

Lisa Holcomb graduated from Texas A&M University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in English. She resides in Tyler, TX with her husband, 3 boys, and 2 cats. She writes fantasy and science fiction for both young adult and adult audiences, as well as poetry and personal essays. She has spent 19 years blogging about adoption and reunion, and parenting while living with chronic illness. Recent publications include a short story in Next Chapters Unleashed: A Beachy Anthology, a personal essay in Boy Moms: Collective Tales of Mothers and Sons, and a poem in The Order of Us: Expectations, Restoration, and the Beauty of Chaos.

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All this time I’ve been scribbling away all these little stories of my own in the background, but I was too scared to do anything with them. Last year I decided that I wasn’t going to hide my words anymore. This year I’m a published author. It’s amazing!