Lisa Jenkins was brought up in the beautiful surrounding of Swansea, South Wales. She would have spent most of her childhood hidden within the pages of a book but her evil parents made her leave the house to go and play. Still, in the evenings, she would raid her mother’s extensive collection and throw herself into something by Edgar Allen Poe or Stephen King.
Years later, her childhood ended and she spent the rest of her time working in the gaming industry (a bit of a strange choice for someone who hates gambling).
Then came the kids. Although she loves being a parent, years of mind-numbing children’s TV left her with a desperate need to use her brain, so she signed up for a BA in Literature. Part of the course was Creative Writing where she was told that she didn’t have what it takes to be a writer. That single comment changed everything she’d strived for as nobody tells Lisa Jenkins she can’t do something. Six months later she had her first short story published, and now she works with some amazing talent as an editor and proofreader.
Lisa’s writing style tends to concentrate less on descriptive gore, and more on the dark side of the human mind, while also fulfilling the most important role of any writer, that of entertainer. She is lucky to have the support of her two children, a hyperactive dog, and a tank full of fish called Bob.