I co-founded e9makers

I’ve been up to something very new in late 2017 – and I’m pleased to tell you more about my adventure here on my blog. As I’ve mentioned previously, I have been an on-off painter since I was a child, creating bright, cheery, textured paintings of oil, acrylic and watercolour, as well as pen and […]

Me too

When can I remember two small words being as powerful as the words me too proved this week? Me too. Lighting up the internet, in a matter of hours, I watched amazed as hashtag me too cascaded and stretched out around the world. Me too – is a trigger, for me, and for most of […]

Back on stage for Redgates Theatre

Words are not boring. Words are actually still popular, still loved and still highly entertaining as I discovered this past Friday night, October 13th 2017. I joined a cast of 40+ writers and performers to share words, all original writings, in the new Redgates Theatre’s Gateways showcase evening, on Fish Island in Hackney Wick. More […]

I also paint!

For my entire life, as long as I can remember, I’ve loved art — in all forms. I’ve also been a participant in creating artistic works — this includes performances, poetry, a little bit of singing, books, drawing and painting. This year in 2017, I’ve picked up my paint brushes and oil paints again, after […]

Book Review: Saving Bletchley Park

FYI — I’ve also posted my review for the book ‘Saving Bletchley Park’ here and here. And you can find my reviews of this book on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Goodreads. Thank you to publishers Unbound for providing me this book, in exchange for an honest review. -Lisa So often these days, news headlines are pock-marked […]

62 Cli-Fi Ruminations

If you follow the hashtag #clifi on Twitter, for this rising literary genre of cli-fi (climate change fiction) you’ll find a growing number of fans, and among those who tweet about the topic, is the father of cli-fi himself – Dan Bloom, based in Taiwan. Bloom is often credited with coining the term cli-fi around […]