After leaving the corporate world, Jacqueline Luckett took a creative writing class on a dare, from herself, and began writing short stories and poetry and never looked back.
Jacqueline is the author of two novels. Passing Love was a featured Book Pick in Good Housekeeping magazine (February 2012). Essence magazine chose her first novel, Searching for Tina Turner, as the January 2010 book-of-the-month selection. The anthology, The Best Women’s Travel 2011, includes her essay, “Traveling with Ghosts.” Jacqueline’s article, “Discovering Creativity in the Wake of Divorce,” appeared in the Huffington Post. Her short essay (and tasty dry martini recipe) appear in the anthology A Literary Cocktail Party.
Jacqueline is currently hard at work on a third novel that takes place in the Bay Area during the 1960s and several screenplays. The native Californian lives in Oakland and travels frequently to nurture her passion for photography, exotic food, and finding another place to captivate her heart as much as the city of Paris.
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