Writers on Writing: Jacqueline Luckett
Jacqueline Luckett discusses “Passing Love,” her novel of secrets, betrayal and love in and Paris. In 1999 she 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 exotic foods. Her debut novel, “Searching for Tina Turner,” was published in 2010.
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