Broken by Lisa Jones now available in paperback.
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Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?
A. Dr. Evil in the Austin Powers movies
Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?
A. all the superlatives -- beautiful! amazing! incredible! penultimate!
Q. What’s your best quality?
Q. How would you describe perfect happiness?
A. A state of complete openness most easily attained in the wilderness, or a sweat lodge, or after dancing or body surfing for a long time.
May 19, 2009I’m told I shouldn’t only mutter what’s new to myself as I shuffle around the house. I’m told I should put what’s new on THIS BLOG. So, lots of new and nice things are happening around the book, whose formal birthday is just two days away. Check ‘em out! Interview with the Author: “Broken” by Lisa Jones, by Sharon Glassman, Huffington Post (this includes an audio interview) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sharon-glassman/interview-with-the-author_b_199426.html “Healing the broken spurs new live, love” from The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/headlines/ci_12320531 “Got Warriors?”... see more
December 04, 2008Last winter I drove six and a half hours to central Wyoming, to my friend Stanford Addison’s place on the Wind River Indian Reservation. I did the usual – hung around the kitchen table, chatting and drinking Folgers, then entered the sweat lodge for an evening-long ceremony. There were several breaks, which just about everyone spent lying on the floor of the lodge, gossiping and making jokes. During one of these, one of the men I knew best, a guy who happened to be white, said he was under investigation for stealing a woman's $800 in winnings at the tribal casino. "I probably should never have told the casino guys that I was living in their... see more
November 26, 2008Number of US women named Lisa Jones: 4,262. Number named Ann Smith: 2,991 (source: Whitepages.com)
My name is Lisa Jones. Not Lisa Jones the adjunct professor of nutrition at LaSalle University. Not the college basketball player. I run neither a home for the needy in Florida nor a pilates studio in New York City. I’m not a realtor, anchor woman or a porn star.
Even among authors, a certain amount of individuation from other Lisa Joneses is in order: I did not write Bulletproof Diva (whose author, Lisa Jones, was hailed by the Boston Globe back in 1997 for writing “so vibrant and dynamic, her words create a kind of fierce... see more