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Lisa London
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Lisa London began writing books as The Accountant Beside You when she realized nonprofit and religious organizations often had non-accountants doing the bookkeeping, but had few resources on how to do it. She knew it would take rather creative writing to make people want to read a book on... show more
Lisa London began writing books as The Accountant Beside You when she realized nonprofit and religious organizations often had non-accountants doing the bookkeeping, but had few resources on how to do it. She knew it would take rather creative writing to make people want to read a book on accounting, but she was up to the challenge. The books in her Accountant Beside You series are being used by thousands of organizations across the world. Lisa is looking for a nonprofit in Antarctica, just so she can claim it has been read on every continent.
Having been bit by the writing bug, she began to see stories all around her. When her neighbor Hilde mentioned how much she had enjoyed her Hitler Youth group, Lisa was intrigued. Not long after that, Lisa was helping her 100 year-old Granny pack up things and found a beautiful embroidered tablecloth that looked almost new.

"Granny, I've never seen you use this. Why not?"

Sadness engulfed her grandmother's face. "My brother, Bud, told me he got it off a German family when he was in the war. Every time I used it, I pictured that poor German family with a bare table."

Needless to say, it broke Lisa's heart to see her grandmother so sad. When she mentioned it to her German neighbor, Hilde stopped her. "Tell your grandmother her brother helped a German family. We were starving after the war. So people would trade their table linens for food. If the American soldiers had not ignored the non-fraternization rules, many of us would have starved."

Not only did this make her grandmother feel much better, at that point, Lisa knew she had a novel that had to be written-a World War II novel written from the German civilian perspective.

Lisa's husband Skip and their four children thinks her writing has made her completely forget how to cook or to help on their small farm in North Carolina. When not writing, Lisa enjoys spending time on the coast, paddle boarding, kayaking, and boating with the family.
Connect with Lisa on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/darkerthenight or https:facebook.com/quickbooksforchurches.
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DiDonovan
DiDonovan rated it 2 years ago
Enter the story in 1944 (World War II), where the blast of an air raid siren sends two girls tumbling from their beds and into a basement shelter; then go back in time to 1937, where Hedy is a winner in a competition certain to make the Furher proud of his young warriors. This win will earn her a po...
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