Lisa Rae Morris
Author. Thinker. Storyteller.
I’ve always loved reading things that impact me. Whether they change my opinion, expand my views, or soften my heart, great stories have power. A well crafted tale should transport you, entertain you, and leave a mark.
That's what my stories are all about.
Here's a place to connect with me and see what's new.
Feel free to meander through samplings of my work below, ranging from published works to more personal pieces. Explore and enjoy!
Coming June 2019 ~ Everywhere fine books are sold!
Iris Jacobs wants to be taken seriously.
She’s a newly minted college grad, ready to take on the world of historical research. What she finds instead is high rent and a job posting on a tacky flyer. Soon, she’s blowing bubbles while leading songs she doesn’t know, and calling BINGO games while breaking up fights for elderly dementia patients in a nursing home. She’s immersed in a world where you can’t believe a word anyone says.
Except one man. There’s something different about him. Psychiatrists have declared him incompetent because, although he appears to be in his eighties, he claims to be a twenty-four year old master craftsman from Scotland. Strangest of all, his story checks out… about a hundred years too early.
If Iris chooses to believe him, their unlikely alliance will test everything she believes about faith, love, friendship, and most of all, herself. Her quest to bring about his freedom will shake the very foundations of Time itself… and could cost her everything.
Also by Lisa Rae Morris...
A Field Guide to the Wife
In Her Natural Habitat
Christian husbanding is a big task... but it doesn’t have to be scary.
When you read God’s commands to “live with your wife in an understanding way” and “love her as Christ loves the Church,” do you get overwhelmed? Has God set an impossible standard for husbands?
Wifeology is here to help. In plain English, I’ll show you not only what God is asking, but how doing it His way is a huge stress relief, what a practical difference it can make, and why it matters in the grand scheme of things. Then I’ll give you some robust tools for working it out at home and alongside your brothers in Christ.
See Wifeologist.com for details!
"To write well, express yourself like the common people, but think like a wise man."