*New Release* The House Bast Made Novella by Lisa M. Collins

The House Bast Made is an adventure where a young archaeologist, Reid Cannon, learns myths need not be fairytales.

The story is set in modern times with a bit of paranormal drama to keep Reid and his friends hopping. 

Click here to purchase your copy of The House Bast Made

Who is Lisa M. Collins?

Lisa’s non-fiction has been published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. Her writing interests are as vast as the stars in the night sky. Her Sci-Fi story, The Tree of Life, is in Issue #4 of Holdfast. She copy edited and researched on Understanding Global Slavery by University of California Press, edits for Metahuman Press, and is an upcoming creative contributor with Pro Se Productions. She is a Sally A. Williams Grant winner for writing from the Arkansas Arts Council.

Links from Lisa

Below are links where you can find out more about Lisa:
Twitter for Lisa M. Collins http://twitter.com/coolvstar650 or for Deep Fried Dixie Goodness follow Lisa as Tea and Cornbread https://twitter.com/teaandcornbread 
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/lisaauthor 
LinkedIn  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisacollins
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/coolvstar650/
Google+ http://google.com/+LisaMCollins/posts
Instagram  http://instagram.com/coolvstar650
Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/lisa-matthews-collins
Wookiees for Cookies Racing team https://wookieesforcookies.wordpress.com/
Southern Food and Culture @ Tea and Cornbread https://www.facebook.com/teaandcornbread
And at the Tea and Cornbread blog http://teaandcornbread.wordpress.com/

“I love Southern charm and food. I think everyone should get a taste of what we have cooking down here in the South…and not just in our skillets, but what we have cooking in our industry and our general Faulkneresque attitudes about life, liberty, the Oxford comma, and pursuit of happiness.”  – Lisa M. Collins

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