Jacqueline @ Litquake 2010, East Bay
Litquake 2010 final made it to Oakland. With the lovely Lake Merritt in the background, the author reads an excerpt from her book that describes this Oakland gem.
In this time, where youth is deemed so important and baby-boomers are devalued, readers need stories about women in the middle of their lives in order to appreciate their value and understand that life is not over once the estrogen is gone. I want readers to see mature women for the interesting, smart and sexy, ambitious and adventuresome people we are. ”
—People Magazine: Beautifully written and filled with vibrant scenes of Paris in its Jazz Age and today, Passing Love is a treat.
Jacqueline took a creative writing class on a dare, from herself, and began writing short stories and poetry and never looked back. The Bay Area native loves living in Oakland, but travels frequently to nurture her passion for photography and learning to cook...