Lisa Aldridge lives in the Ozarks where magic happens every day. She is the author of Dangerous Impressions, the first book of The Dangerous Impressions Series for New Adults. Watch for Key Impressions, Book 2 of the series.
Before her transformation into a writer, Lisa was a cultural anthropologist and spent a lot of time in dusty rooms with Native American effigy pots and skeletal remains that were thousands of years old. They whispered intriguing stories to her imagination. She also taught Sociology, History, and English college classes. But when she wrote a novel for her college students, she realized her passion for writing.
Lisa has an MFA from Lindenwood University and has published short stories, creative nonfiction, poetry, and flash fiction in various literary journals. She received the Samuel C. Dellinger Award from the University of Arkansas Anthropology Department.
She loves hanging out with her poet-husband and her hilarious kids, she has eight of them! She also loves painting and dark chocolate. Someday she hopes to paint an edible landscape with melted chocolates.