Category Archives: LISA L. BORM

WHO SAID YOU CAN’T GO BACK? MARGO DID GO HOME, BACK TO THE FRIENDS WHO COUNTED!!! WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES THE COTTONWOOD–LISA L. BORM!

 Lisa L. Borm has lived in eight states and is a lifetime runaway trying to trade her running shoes for a pencil. Her work has appeared in The Cynic Online Magazine, Skyline Magazine, and Whispers & Shouts. A former Marine, … Continue reading

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FOUR SHORT STORIES THAT WILL WARM YOUR HEART~~THE RELIGION OF TREES~~LISA L. BORM

PRAISE FOR THE RELIGION OF TREES!    I love this book. I am not typically satisfied with novellas, but this one was lovely. The words wrapped me in warmth and I felt as if I was there. It was more … Continue reading

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DIVORCED AND ALONE, MARGO TURNS TO THE FRIENDS SHE CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON–WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES THE COTTONWOOD BY LISA L. BORM

 I had the pleasure of reading this book as an ARC reader and I was blown away by the raw depth of the characters. Margo, the main character, will take you on her journey as she struggles to make peace … Continue reading

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Four short stories of the residents of Harding Street intertwine in the tree branches of the dead-end street. RELIGION OF TREES BY LISA L. BORM!

PRAISE FOR THE RELIGION OF TREES! Beautiful story of life February 24, 2017 Format: Paperback I love this book. I am not typically satisfied with novellas, but this one was lovely. The words wrapped me in warmth and I felt … Continue reading

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WHEN THE LIGHTENING STRIKES THE COTTONWOOD BY LISA L. BORM

  Divorced, with no where else to go, Margo returns to the small town she abandoned long ago. There she rekindles her friendship with old school friends: Justin and Kathy, but it’s first love, Darryl who stirs the old memories and … Continue reading

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