The Prelude to a Story

Prelude to a Song is a short story referring to the Davis Family and lyrics of Sassy. Sassy is a song written for Elle from the perspective of Ryan and Kevin. In fact, I wrote several song lyrics which the first book mentions although Sassy is not mentioned in Consonance. This is the sixth Dia-Matic Keys song written for fun. The lyrics inspired a short story. Consonance challenged me to write a few songs for the series and in turn, the songs became an extension for the book. The remaining five songs are from the perspective of the main character, Elle. When I feel the lyrics are right, I will eventually post the songs on my blog soon.

Coming soon!


About Lisa Malabanan

I am a graduate of Rutgers College of Nursing and work as a Professional Registered Nurse in the field of Perinatology. I currently live in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania with my husband and two children. At the age of six, I discovered piano and classical music. A variety of music genres influenced my life through the years, and I’m passing on a love of the arts to my daughter and son. Reading fiction is my escape from the chaos and stress of a demanding yet rewarding profession. For me, writing transcends the diversion of a good book. The experience is like commuting on a New York City subway; diverse people enter and exit the scene, sometimes delays and derailment occur during creativity, and a train of thought is missed or passed over on occasion. In the end, an arrival at my destination is what I hope to accomplish, and I invite readers to take that ride with me. View all posts by Lisa Malabanan

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