Writer Bio - Heidi Jacobsen
Heidi Jacobsen is an independent author, designer and blues singer based in Florida. Heidi was born in Toronto, Canada and graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York with a BFA in Environmental Design. She has appeared in three international blues festivals with her band Heidi and The El Cats.
Heidi's ebooks are published on Smashwords, Barnes and Nobles and Lulu.com and Kobo.com. She has written novels in womens’ literature: Sunburnt, Turquoise, High, Meshugana, Golf Widow and childrens’ fiction which include the series Patty The Black Cat and The Catman.
Heidi enjoys the creative process, ethnic cuisine and travel. She lives with her filmmaker husband Cliff Guest and Patty the Black Cat in Delray Beach, Florida at the Pineapple Ranch.
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Jill and Curt are best friends with Ingrid and Jaco. They all graduated design school together and are just staring out in the world. But the spoiled Ingrid harbors a grudge against Jill.
Greta hits rock bottom and trades in her Chardonnay for coffee. She moves to sunny Bombay Beach, Florida where she gets a new apartment in a quaint cottage, a new job and a new lease on life.
Jennifer marries Greek businessman Stavros Papadopoulos. Stavros is a golf enthusiast who will do anything to play a round of golf with his buddies. Jennifer finds herself in the stifling relationship until she has an illicit tryst with sexy neighbor William French, a hunky Hollywood actor. William is gorgeous, sexy and a bit overwhelming. He's the lead man on a new series called Blue Moon.
Three young women have one thing in common: Music. They have their own issues such as suicide, alcoholism, weight gain and depression to deal with, besides their husbands rather fragile egos.
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