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by Lisa M. Prysock

Hello, friends!  I hope you had a great Easter and Passover celebration with your family!  I’m looking forward to spring and getting out in our garden, but this week we had a bit of snow.  I keep believing it’s right around the corner.  I wanted to share a little more insight and behind the scenes information with you about Geneva, so I hope you enjoy this video interview about the book.

Here’s the link to the book: Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful week ahead!  May the grace of our Lord be with us all. 


Author Bio

Lisa M. PrysockLisa M. Prysock lives in the countryside of beautiful, rolling Kentucky just outside of the greater Louisville area near horse farms and four board fences with her husband of 19 years.  She homeschooled the two youngest of their five children (all grown).  She and her husband live in an average, two story, Colonial style home they are continually updating– with a funny looking Heinz 57 dog; an adorably dainty lady cat; a vegetable garden; numerous flower beds; and a tree house undergoing a remodel.  When not in teaching or writing mode, she is teaching herself to play the piano and violin.  In regards to that, she laughs:  “It’s a pretty painful process, but I’m truly enjoying it!”   

An award winning, bestselling author, she had authored 11 books and loves all things old-fashioned and has adopted a slogan of “The Old-Fashioned Everything Girl.”  A few of her interests and passions include doll houses, long dresses and hats, gardening, reading the classics, butterflies, the colors peach and purple, flip flops, swimming, walking, working out, cooking, sewing, crochet, cross stitching, arts and crafts, scrapbooking, decorating, and drawing. 

Lisa writes clean and wholesome literature that shares her faith in Jesus Christ.  She is a member of ACFW and Louisville Christian Writers.  You can find out more about Lisa at:


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