New York Times Best Seller Lisa Unger on Character

June 9, 2016

On June 7, New York Times best-selling mystery and thriller author Lisa Unger addressed our group at Selby Library. Her presentation was filled with insights and humor about a successful writing career and how she approaches character development and character arcs.


Lisa has published fourteen books, and her appearance coincided with the publication of her latest novel, Ink and Bone.


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Lisa reacts to her introduction as her audience awaits her talk.

Lisa Unger had the audience laughing at her self-deprecatory comments as she described some

of the horrible things she does to her characters.


Lisa Unger, standing with Sarasota Fiction Writers President Jerry Keane, displays her latest novel.


More information on the meeting can be found here.


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