Today I am proud to announce my very first novel 'Heart of a Kingdom': a riveting tale of love, courage, loss, and survival set in the magical Kingdom of the Talking Tres, and the City of Belfast. Read more about New Book: Heart Of A Kingdom
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Great read! In my experience with stories of magic and the spirit world I have never made the connection between that and real life until NOW! Lisa Bain shows us how our families remain with us long after they’ve passed on…in Heart of a Kingdom!
Nampa, ID, USA
I’m a huge fan of the fantasy genre and I’m so very grateful to have come across “Heart of a Kingdom” by Lisa Bain when I did. Having lost my own husband, I truly appreciated the insight, strength and humor woven into this compelling story of love, loss and true spirit. It was a magical and healing read.
Meridian, ID, USA
I have been blessed to have the chance to read “Heart of a Kingdom.” As someone who recently experienced very real loss, the book means so much to me. Fully recommended in every way.
Boston, MA, USA
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Lisa Bain became a young widow in 2016 after losing her husband to cancer. She quickly learned we live in a grief phobic society which isolates the grieving even further. The Boise-based author began writing to work through the grief process. With both humor and heartbreak, she incorporates grief and bereavement issues into her poetry, short stories and novels. Read more about About