Lisa Lawmaster Hess is a former school counselor and transplanted Jersey girl who is delighted to (finally) be a stay-at-home mom to her teenage daughter. Lisa writes both fiction and non-fiction and is the author of two books drawn from her work with her students: Acting Assertively and Diverse Divorce. A community blogger for WITF (Six Children and No Theories) and a contributing blogger at The Susquehanna Writers, Lisa's personal blog is The Porch Swing Chronicles. She completely (and unconvincingly) disputes the theory that teaching and blogging are simply ways to avoid revising her novels. Lisa is also the author of one novel, Casting the First Stone.
Lisa Hess has no intention of replacing her first generation iPad — at least not any time soon. Here’s how she’s making it continue to work, despite the challenges of crashing apps, unsupported updates, and the newer devices being sold.
Lisa Hess is a big fan of Facebook book launch parties. See if she doesn’t talk you into trying one out for yourself…
All too often, parish techies are isolated and parishes may not even have a techie on staff. Lisa Hess introduces us to the first Parish Life Technology Conference.
Are you looking for answers to a medical or parenting question, but don’t want to go to one of those scary medical sites that finds it necessary to include every worst-case scenario? Lisa Hess shares KidsHealth and encourages us to use it!
Have you updated your device to iOS7. Here’s why Lisa Hess is waiting, even as she watches her family enjoy the ride of being first in line to put it on their devices.
How many times have you promised to pray for someone, only to wish there was an app for that? Turns out there is…and it’s free.
It’s beautifully designed and wonderfully executed, whether you’re using your phone or your tablet. We have good things to say about the Word Among Us app.
I had seen others do it. Most of them were really smart people with a much better grasp of the
I don’t know whether to be grateful to my good friends at Starbucks and iTunes for making a $1.99 app