When Lisa D. Ellis was in the fifth grade, she first fell in love with the rich images and rhythmic language of L.M. Montgomery’s ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. This classic book ignited her passion to someday become a professional writer so she could touch other readers in the same way.
Over the years she has written many short stories, most of which have appeared in small literary journals and magazines. FINDING LILY is her first novel and she is now finishing her second novel, THE RASA-LILA. While both of her books are quite different, they both share the common goals of exploring gender style differences that exist within marriages and defining the unique framework that each couple creates in order to be able to peacefully co-exist. Both of her female characters also live more in their own heads than in their bodies, which leads them to cope with the hands that fate deals them in quite unexpected ways.
Lisa has a master’s in journalism from Boston University. She lives with her husband, two children and cocker spaniel in a Queen Anne-style Victorian and loves to decorate. She is also obsessed with fashion and when she isn’t writing, she can be found hunting for the perfect pieces to add to her generous clothing, shoe and purse collections. Of course she counts this as essential fieldwork to ensure that her characters will always be well dressed!
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