Episode 42 of Gal on the Go Unplugged: In this captivating special episode of Gal on the Go Unplugged, I explore the creative universe of Lisa Barr, the renowned New York Times bestselling author of Woman on Fire. Lisa’s rich background as a journalist at the Jerusalem Post and Chicago Sun-Times infuses her novels with historical authenticity and journalistic rigor. Lisa shares deeply about the influence of her Jewish heritage on her writing, especially under the lens of current global unrest. Her compelling narratives, born from real-life experiences and exhaustive research, invite readers to engage with history, identity, and resilience themes. Our discussion also highlights her latest novel, Woman on Fire, a mesmerizing mix of art, history, and suspense, revealing the interconnected fates of her characters across her novels. Lisa Barr’s passionate and articulate voice enthralls her readers and empowers them. Her transition from uncovering global stories as a journalist to crafting them into bestselling novels is an inspiring showcase of her exceptional talent. She also reveals insight and details exclusively to Unplugged listeners about her upcoming project, The Goddess of Warsaw, revealing how she turned her passion into impactful storytelling.