I am 76 years young and reside in the Kootenys, B.C.,Canada. Throughout my years I have worked in many different jobs from salesclerk, transit bus driver, taxibusiness, bookkeeping,and also as a waitress. Throughout my life I made many bad choices and decided to write my biography hoping to let people know that sometimes life isn't all it's made out to be. I strongly believe in the paranormal and am very superstious. I did my bio under a pen name of D.H.Clark and my real name is Jacqueline Greeno.
How do you approach cover design?
The first book that I published a friend that helped me took a picture of a woman walking down the road and we did the cover from the picture. The two e books I published the covers were designed by Villa Design. I found her on Mark.s list and she was amazing
What's the story behind your latest book?
The story behind my latest book Wreckless is based on my true life of selling cocaine and marijuana, about the people who I dealt to. The story tells about the corruption within the law and judical system. Sometimes drug dealers are safe due to corrupt law enforcement. It doesn't matter if people are poor or rich, everyone can have a addiction, and if you are lucky enough to deal with some influencal people there can be perks. The sad thing is you don't have friends and you usually take a fall.
Wreckless is the conclusion of A Desperate Journey and is an autobiography. It tells about a life involved with dealing drugs and the addiction people have with the use of cocaine. A story of people who go from the top to the bottom, financially, mentally, physically and sometimes ending in their death. Being a dealer you live with the chance of robbery,or going to jail.
a desperate journey is based on a true story of a womans' struggles through life. It's an eye-opening story about the use of drugs and the dealing of drugs. The story shows that a life involving drugs and any type of crime is very dangerous.This story is aimed at helping those who may be in similar situations,I also hope to give those in better circumstance a greater apprreciation for their life