Tuesday, October 21, 2014

....and another one

Over the weekend I finished book 8, a novel. Again different than what I've written. It's now in the hands of a couple of non-partial reviewers. Then it begin again.....trying to get it out there.

Today I have a busy day, but tomorrow I start a new novel. Jeff and Skylar have been waiting patiently....and it's their turn now.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

TY Andrea

5.0 out of 5 stars Phenominal writing!October 10, 2014
Andrea (Halifax, Nova Scotia) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Boy In A Band (A Morgan Mallory story Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I read this book over a year ago and thought I should post a review....... better late than never they say! I read a lot, and I have to say this is the one book that has stuck with me. This book took me on an emotional roller coaster and in the end left me with puffy red eyes and emotionally drained! This was THE BEST book I have read to date. Lisa's writing is phenominal and you really get to know all the characters in the book - you feel their joy, their pain and their heartache! If you are looking for that one book, this is it, I highly recommend picking it up. Although there are 2 more books that follow this, Boy in a Band can be read as a standalone with no cliffhanger.

Love readers that get me...thanks Andrea

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Agreed....such was Mathew

***** Young LoveSeptember 22, 2014
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This review is from: Boy In A Band (A Morgan Mallory story Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
This is a story of a very young boy & girl, Mathew & Morgan.... a youthful crush, families who spend time together, the young ones seeking friendships & adventure.... Mathew has a love music, playing it & writing it...Morgan idolized the blond 'Adonis' of the crowd, developing a deep crush. As with all young first love, the journey is sometimes one-sided & holds a lot of heartache. Crazy dreams, crazy behavior, young being young, making foolish decisions......having to take ownership of the destructive behaviors. At some point, maturity appears & one grows up.....this couple would always be friends. Morgan moved forward into a new life with Ryan & wanted Mathew to find that same peace...... sometimes there is a person who profoundly affects many lives, such was Mathew.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Friendship zone

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     “Ryan, make love to me?” I whispered.
     I thought about our friendship. Mathew and I had been friends, were still friends. Ryan and I had stayed friends, after our one night together. Maybe that was a boundary I didn’t recognize. Maybe friends meant something else. Max and I dated for years, and I never really viewed him as my friend, my boyfriend, but not my friend. It was odd to think about it in that way. Max always looked out for number one: himself. Friends looked out for each other.
     Ryan sucked in his breath and pushed my T-shirt up, a clear indication he was open to my suggestion. I wiggled out of it, stripped off my panties, and pressed my naked body into his. He pulled my face to his and kissed me passionately. My hands wandered down his chest, to his flat tight stomach and I could feel the longing burning within, could feel the butterflies rouse. He pressed his hardness into me and I could tell he needed the comfort of a body as much as I did.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014


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Contemporary romance......Standalone or sequel to "BOY IN A BAND"

     When we left the bar she was a bit unsteady on her feet, I could tell the altitude and the Long Islands had gotten to her. I hooked my arm through hers while we weaved our way to the car. The air was cold and crisp, and new snow covered the ground making the street look beautiful. The cold burned my nose slightly when I breathed it in.
     “That Ryan, what a nice guy! I wish you would date someone like that,” she slurred as we walked.
     “Pat or me?” I teased.
     Pat laughed. We knew she was a little drunk.

     “Don’t be silly. You, of course,” she garbled, turning robotically to me. “He seems like such a gentleman.”

Thursday, August 7, 2014


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When did you know writing was for you?
I started writing a diary when I was very young. It wasn’t only about me, but people around me, things I liked, things I observed. I realize now that I liked characters from the beginning. Going through school I always took creative writing classes. I remember some teachers that motivated me and others that didn’t. For years I thought about writing a book, but it’s a hard thought to put your head around, it seems insurmountable. A very good friend of mine died at 47, he was a talented musician; I always admired his ability to just be able to play. He was my motivation for writing my first novel “Boy In A Band”. It took me years of starting and stopping, telling myself I couldn’t write a book—when I finished it I went wow I did it. That was only the beginning through. Now the characters come into my head and they start to form and build and I know I have to get them out. I just finished my eighth book, which will probably be out in August and it’s funny some days when I sit down at my keyboard I still tell myself “you can’t write a book”.