Lise Freeman


Lise Freeman grew up in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area, allowing her to experience a myriad of people and politics. She has dipped her toes into many careers since including real estate, but her passion remains her writing – with her style of humor coming from her mother, one of the funniest persons she has ever known.
Currently her life revolves around two wonderful children, in awe of them every day.
Tin Cans was born of the author’s experience of owning several mobile home businesses and is her debut novel. 

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Tin Cans
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 78,080. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2016 by CUSTOM BOOK PUBLICATIONS. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Family, friendship, loyalty, and consternation is at the heart of Tin Cans.  Lana must decide what to do with her mobile home business, which is always teetering in the red. Exhausted from the process of keeping the business afloat, what will happen if she closes? And what about her employees?  They are such a wacky bunch, who would possibly hire them. Good old fashioned dysfunctional fun!

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fun    humour    martinis    mobile homes    more fun