Lisa Angell was born in Sacramento, California and raised in Mt. Shasta in Northern California.
She married her husband James in 1978, and lived in the San Francisco area where she specialized in construction accounting.
She became involved in a community theater troupe in Napa, where she performed as an actress, stagehand, and collaborated on writing a play that was performed by the troupe.
Lisa has had several poems published though the International Society of Poets, and is a current member.
She enjoys traveling and plans to keep exploring at every opportunity.
Her many and various interests range from caving, skiing and snowshoeing, to riding horses in many different styles.
She currently lives in Janesville, California, which opens up many more possibilities for her to experience.
Nick Doms grew up in a small village in Belgium near Antwerp. In 1984, Nick was summoned for military service and moved to Soest, Germany for 9 months to be trained as a Medic and specialist with the Green Berets.
Alter his military service, he moved to Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels and finally New York, where he met his second wife. His job continued to demand relocation to London, Luxemburg, Tokyo, Sydney and Hong Kong.
I was not until 2001 that he settled down in histotic and beautiful Savannah, where he exchanged his banking career for a simple pencil and paper.
He indulged himself in the simplicity of words and languages that somehow could translate experiences, not felt or seen by others.
The persistence resulted in the publication of two poetry books:
Inspirational for a day (2003)
Both are available at Authorhouse.com or your neighborhood bookstore.
In the process, he has found his mission, his perspective and his destiny.
He continues to create art in its broadest definition possible, whether through writing, drawing, painting or designing.
He believes such powers are within all of us, if not for anything other than the sheer fact of our creation, which was and continues to be a power we wish to attain, but will never reach.
Such is our destiny, meant to be. Walk and use the power, never knowing the final destination.
Just enjoy the walk.
Destiny will take care of itself.