D. Michele Jackson


Celebrating twenty-five years as a professional nurse, Donna now adds a writer, published, politically active nurse to her accolades. Having studied Sociology at the historically Black college: Tuskegee University and graduating from Charter Oak State College with honors, it is as a registered nurse opportunity lend itself. As a novice legal nurse consultant, Donna represented herself pro se. The experience allowed the drafting of legal documents during historical time. It afforded her a voice advocating for health as she submitted an argument to the United States Supreme Court and Congress supporting amending the Nineteenth Amendment. Donna shares her experience in a novel based on a true story. Donna is on a mission to encourage, educate, and empower.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Since childhood my "great escape" has been through writing. You name it, I can write about it. And as a child I was usually running away from something; it is as an adult that I find a source of power in the pin. I write to inspire others. I write to reveal ills. I write to change. The greatest joy is knowing I will leave timeless literature as a result of writing about love.
What do your fans mean to you?
The persons who enjoy my work inspire me. I feel I've achieved my goal as a writer when one says after reading my book; I laughed, I cried, I thought, and as a result I did what was best for me. That's why I write: the best you.
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Where to find D. Michele Jackson online


Reading from her trilogy, the first book, "Amazing Grace".


This member has not published any books.