Author Lisa Bilbrey

Lisa Bilbrey

Obsessive, compulsive, slightly crazed, but enough about her personality (her own words, not mine). First and foremost, Lisa Bilbrey is a mom to three and a wife to one. She loves to write, and spends the majority of everyday writing. It’s who she is, and what she’s meant to be doing. Words are her life, the air she breathes, and the nutrients of her soul.

Finding a love in the written word, Lisa Bilbrey started writing as a way to express herself and let her voice be heard. From the first word she wrote, she’d found her heart and soul.Always willing to learn, she’s spends much of her time trying to improve as a storyteller.

Lisa has been blessed to find Michele Richard and Laura Braley, both of whom she spends hours everyday writing with. In October of 2011, they opened Renaissance Romance Publishing, hoping to be able to give other the same change to let their work shine.

Lisa’s works include:

Life is More than Candy Hearts, Book One of the Candy Collection: Life’s Unexpected Gifts

Summer Confections, Book Two of the Candy Collection: A Season of Change 

Harvest Treats, Book Three of the Candy Collection: The Journey Home (Also part of The Journey Collection)

Sugarplum Dreams, Book Four of the Candy Collection: Broken Hearts & Dusty Dreams

The Apartment (Penned as B.F. Betty)

Angel’s Heart Series: The Keeper

The Journey Collection:

The Journey Home

The Journey of Champions

The Journey to Forever

The Journey to a New Life (Coming in September)

Find Lisa on:






Barnes & Noble

Renaissance Romance Publishing


4 thoughts on “Author Lisa Bilbrey

  1. Hi Chris,
    You have introduced so many authors in your blog. You write about them so naturally and fluently, as if you are describing an old friend or a next door neighbor. How do you do it? How do you keep yourself inspired?


    • Authors are like old friends to me Hari, as you know from reading Steve Smy’s article and the authors themselves are inspiring the way they have to overcome all sorts of obstacles in order to write and publish their works 🙂


      • I think I can really understand what you said.
        I remember that J.K. Rowling said in an interview that she was clinically depressed. She was unable to feel anything and that was scarier than being sad.
        The “Dementors”- the creepy creatures that suck happiness and soul out of living people – were inspired by that dark period of her life. She gave her depression a shape and a name! Isn’t that just so cool? 😀



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