Lisa Cromwell


Lisa Cromwell, a writer and teacher, lives in Portland, Oregon with her daughter Katie, cats Harley and Josie, and Galaxy, a bearded dragon. She is an adjunct professor of writing at Portland Community College and a certified high school Language Arts teacher. Communications director for Northwest Independent Writers Association, Cromwell was a journalist for 30 years, winning national awards. Author of "Ten Titillating Tales" available on, her 70,000-word science fiction novel, "Feed: The Elura Chronicles" is being reviewed by publishers and producers. She is working on "Rise," the second book of the "Feed" trilogy.

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Ten Titillating Tales
You set the price! Words: 12,080. Language: English. Published: October 31, 2012. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
10 short tales of horror to keep you up at night.
Good Rep
You set the price! Words: 37,320. Language: English. Published: October 26, 2012. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
"Good Rep" includes myths, stories and legends of lizard heroes. Bearded dragon lizards, geckos, and some iguanas and komodo dragons are heroes of epic tales of action and adventure in this book suited to lizard lovers and reptile fans age 10 and up.

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aliens    heroes    heroes villains    horror    lizard    monsters    robot    spiders   

Smashwords book reviews by Lisa Cromwell

  • Something in the Dark on June 25, 2011

    P.J. Cowan is master of the red herring. Several times while reading this thriller, I felt I solved the whodunit, because I followed the false trails laid down by the writer. I should have known better - clever Cowan distracted me so much that only when the author revealed the murderer did I know the truth. Cowan's descriptions are evocative - each word is a gem - her sense of place, perfect. I could not put it down - I stayed up all night reading it, because Cowan made me care deeply for the characters and I just had to know what happened to them. This is a great read for all who love great characters and adore suspense. By Lisa Cromwell, college professor and long-time journalist.