Raised in the Deep East Texas setting of her first novel, Lisa C Hannon has been published in newspapers from the Dallas Morning News to the Denver Post, and from the Madisonville Meteor to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
That first novel, This Little Pig, A Flak Anders Mystery, is now available on Amazon.com in both print and Kindle versions, as is her collection of op/ed columns, She’s Thinking Out Loud. Lisa continues to write a weekly op/ed newspaper column for The Fort Stockton Pioneer newspaper, and is an active member of the Critique Cafe’ writers’ workshop at the Fort Stockton Public Library, an hour’s drive from the remote ranch where she and her husband now live in West Texas.
In her eclectic career, she’s also worked as a librarian, a flight attendant, a fitness center manager and among other less savory occupations, an oilfield assistant controller, a consultant and a carnival ride operator.
Her awards include honors from the Texas Gulf Press Association for serious and humorous articles, and the national Telly Award for scriptwriting for a documentary on the U.S. Army.
She is blissfully married to Corey Hannon, originally of Alaska, and they are the proud parents of daughter Kelsey, who serves in the United States Army at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and son John, who lives in Montana.