Jacquelyn Raye Davis


Jacquelyn Raye Davis grew up living the nomadic life of an Air Force family. Though there were certainly downsides to always being on the move, the constant uprooting helped to instill in her the courage to travel through life as a wandering observer, totally engrossed one moment and on to a new station the next.

Her college studies in art, dance, and nursing and her post-graduate work in psychology were given depth and meaning by her travels to the far East, where she met and lived in the presence of the one who came to be known to her as her Beloved Sayee.

Currently she is a writer of poetry and non-fiction, a painter, traveler, and a psychotherapist in private practice, living and working in Phoenix, Arizona and Nanoose Bay, British Colombia with her husband who is her very best friend.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jacquelyn Raye Davis

  • The Gachi on Sep. 12, 2011

    Susan Salguero writes with wry humor and intelligence about the time she spent living, learning, and dancing Flamenco with an extended family of Gypsies in Spain. It was an easy, interesting read that I would recommend for those with curiosity about the very passionate, soulful, tumultuous, and often difficult gypsy life as seen from the eyes of the one they called Gachi.