Jacqueline McGee

Biography

Born and raised in Sacramento, Jacqueline has had the opportunity to travel over seas and across the United States. She has enthusiastically witnessed other cultures and lifestyles. Her travels and experiences have helped her craft stories set in a variety of beautiful romantic locations. Jacqueline is an educator that has a passion for teaching people about black history and enjoys doing so via interweaving fictional characters inside of researched based historical events. She is the proud mother of three and grandmother of three. She credits her creativity to God and the love of her parents who encouraged her to be the best Jacqueline she could be.

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Books

Greenwood and Archer
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 77,860. Language: English. Published: August 17, 2011. Category: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » African
Greenwood and Archer is a book that both touches the heart and informs the nation of the true accounting of what some call the Tulsa Race Riot. This book is warm and romantic and lighthearted in parts, yet filled with history of the strong African Americans of that era. Fictional characters are dropped into real life situations which makes great reading for this historical romance novel

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