Jacqueline Hopper currently resides in New Brunswick, Canada. Always willing to learn new things pertaining to the publishing industry, she's studied to become a proofreader, copy editor, and writer, and has dabbled with ghostwriting.
Keren Joel has a phobia and, without realizing it, she's passed it on to her son, forcing her to seek professional help. What she doesn't expect to find is the man who'd been her best friend, twenty years earlier, and his shrine to a moment that forever changed the adults they became.
The Girl In The Box
on April 15, 2012
Loved it! Excellent story with which to gain readers. I'm a big fan after reading this e-book. Also appreciated that it was a clean read. I would definitely spend money on other stories of this caliber.
A tranquil Day on the Strait of Canso
on April 29, 2012
The author brings to life a part of Nova Scotia many, if not most, Bluenosers never have the opportunity to see for themselves. Using many terms associated with boating and the ocean (most places I, as a born-and-raised Nova Scotian, had never heard of before), I found myself charmed by the idea of a calm boating experience which included being escorted by both dolphins and seals. Would love to read more adventures by this author who could draw on his boating experiences and write for a Canadian tourism magazine.
Nail Your Novel: Why Writers Abandon Books And How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence
on July 17, 2012
Here's a book I wish I'd had when I started writing my first novel; a project that took me ten years from start to finish. I haven't completed reading Nail Your Novel: Why Writers Abandon Books And How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence yet, but already I'm implementing Roz Morris's System and feeling much more confident about my writing.
I have a feeling my writing productivity will skyrocket in ways I'd only dreamed of and hoped for. Thank you, Ms. Morris, for designing a system that not only tames and utilizes my 'inner critic', but also helps make my writing goals attainable.