Jacque moved from Sitka, Alaska in 2012 to follow her husband to the ND oilfields, but her mother's health precipitated a move to Idaho where she took care of her mother until her passing. Jacque has been writing since she got out of the US Navy in 1988. Since about the late 1990s, life got in the way of her writing and was shelved until the editing of her niece's novel inspired her to pursue her love of writing again. She likes writing mainstream fiction, murder mystery, romance, and historical romance. She writes nonfiction under the name J. R. Hopkins, romance under Jacqueline Hopkins and will be writing under J. R. Walton for her mystery and a psychological thriller she has in mind. There are so many ideas and characters roaming around in her head, wanting to be set in Alaska and other places Jacque has lived, such as Oklahoma, Colorado, Idaho, Washington, Iceland, Connecticut, California and Hawaii where her daughter was born.
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A chance discovery. Words of wisdom buried in a box of papers.
Prior to his death, a father shares his life lessons through colorful anecdotes of a well-lived life. Some are humorous, some profound, on a myriad of subjects from hot peppers to cars to lying. This assembly is a daughter’s tribute to her father’s recollections on lessons he learned, sparking her own retrospection.
Cookin' With The Hopkins Growing Up in The Seventies
Cookin' with the Hopkins contains approx. 55 recipes, handed down 3 generations, that will bring back memories of sitting around the table when families used to eat together. These recipes are easy to follow, quick to prepare. Anecdotes & photographs enhance the homespun experience, giving the reader insight to wholesome living in the 1970s. Serving a dish and a story and a photo.
Lyn Taylor guides men on hunting trips in the Idaho Wilderness, but it is a man's world, which makes her world complicated. To top it off, she was suppose to marry a local lumber owner who decimates the land around her world, but he's too controlling so she breaks it off. Enter Nic Randall, another mill owner, hires her to guide him as a ruse to scout the timber, sparks fly when she finds out.
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on Oct. 15, 2011
Stephen's debut novel, Upgrade, is a well-written, well-formatted book with an ending that was a total surprise. The main character, Brent, is a lonely millionaire who makes a medical change to his life; one he feels will make him more attractive to the opposite sex. So after the change, he not only attracts one, but three; one of whom he grows more attracted to than the other two, but can't decide what to do with the them and his relationship with them. Stephen has a way of getting into the head of his female characters, making them believable, likable, or hatable, but you can definitely remember them. I look forward to reading more books from this author and give this debut novel 4.5 stars.