Lisa Pugh, the award-winning author of “Unexpected Danger”, was born in Chicago and spent much of her childhood in the New Orleans area. She has been writing fiction from the time she was nine. Since she read Sherlock Holmes, Dorothy L. Sayers and Robert Louis Stevenson and watched Doctor Who as a child, she grew up a literary Anglophile. She also spent her eighth-grade year in Cambridge UK.
She has short stories and poetry published in two anthologies by the Windmore Foundation of the Arts, Words Across Time (2012) and In Other Words (2017). Now she has embarked on a new adventure in self-publishing.
She studied English Literature and Language at Hollins University, concentrating on Creative Writing. Fiction-wise, she currently focuses on romance, light historical fiction, and science fiction/fantasy. She’s married and lives with her husband and two children in the mountains of Virginia.