Lisa Volz caught the writing bug when she won a poetry contest in the fifth grade, and she hasn’t stopped writing since. She's been published in poetry anthologies, written theater reviews for a local publication, and been published in online magazines. She made the transition to novels after she finally did something with some notes she had jotted down that sat in a drawer for almost twenty years. She sat down with her notes, and wrote her first 65,000-word novel (unpublished) in a few months.
She writes about characters that are familiar. They could be your best friend, your mother, your sister or your worst enemy, but they all have something in common: they're flaws are what make them beautiful. Her stories are built around themes of hope, perseverance, and forgiveness, and will have you rooting for the underdog.
Lisa draws on her faith to get through the ups and downs of life, and the characters in her novels reflect that faith.