Lisa Begin-Kruysman is a fine-artist and author of Fiction and Non-Fiction. Her work has been recognized in national writing competitions and often features her favorite writing topic, the human-canine bond.
The stories of her well-received Something's Lost and Must be Found were inspired by the posts published on her popular blog established to promote the venerable National Dog Week Movement.
The author is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and worked as a Human Resources Associate at Home Box Office in New York City. These days she derives inspiration while working near "the 'cric" in Ocean County, NJ where she resides with her husband and Foster-to-Forever dog, Teddy.
FULL SNOW MOON is a captivating coming-of age story to be enjoyed by Young Adults and anyone who loves Historical Fiction. Positively Midwest Book Reviewed, the inspiring story-line offers a little mystery with a mild paranormal element that moves the story along and lends poignancy to this meaningful book.
An engaging Short Story Collection (aprox. 23,500 words) for dog-lovers and fans of Inspirational fiction; inspired by the search and rescue dogs of the soul. Based on the first one-hundred posts of a devoted Dog-blogger. Now with a seventh story! A pawsitively dog-friendly beach-read (even if your beaches aren't). A portion of all downloads will go to help some animals in need.