by Lisa Renee Jones With every new series an author starts from scratch. A new world to mold, new characters to create and acquaint yourself with, and in my case an intricately twisted plot to plan out. Yet, with the daunting task of a new series comes the thrill of weaving in the new elements… Read More
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling
author Lisa Renee Jones is the author of the highly
acclaimed INSIDE OUT SERIES, and is now in
development by Suzanne Todd (Alice in Wonderland, Austin
Powers, Must Love Dogs) for cable TV. In addition, her Tall,
Dark and Deadly series and The Secret Life of Amy Bensen
series, both spent several months on a combination of the
NY Times and USA Today lists.
Since beginning her publishing career in 2007, Lisa has
published more than 40 books translated around the world.
Booklist says that Jones suspense truly sizzles with an
energy similar to FBI tales with a paranormal twist by Julie
Garwood or Suzanne Brockmann.
Prior to publishing, Lisa owned multi-state staffing agency
that was recognized many times by The Austin Business
Journal and also praised by Dallas Women
Magazine. In 1998 LRJ was listed as the #7 growing women
owned business in Entrepreneur Magazine.
Lisa loves to hear from her readers. You can reach her at
lisareneejones.com and she is active on twitter and facebook
by Lisa Renee Jones Hi everyone and thank you so much to Writerspace for having me on their blog today! As I get ready to release the third book in my Secret Life of Amy Bensen series, Forsaken, it has me revisiting how this series began. I remember very clearly, that I was hesitant about… Read More
An Inside Out Novella in Mark’s POV Available now! While Chris and Sara have traveled to Paris to avoid the chaos of press and police after the tragic night we’d shared, I have stayed to face the reality of what has happened. But there is no peace to be found in facing the truth, and… Read More
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