Entertaining, moving, sad, heartwarming, informative, honest and funnier than hell, Jackie touches a cord in every adult who has ever faced a challenge!
“Looks, power, wealth, fame and relationships are mere garments, costumes that need to be worn lightly because in a heartbeat they can disappear. it’s not the job that we do or the material items we possess that defines us as human beings. Who we are can be simply found by looking into our souls, listening to our hearts and discovering how well we rise after falling.” Jackie
“Jackie writes with such warmth, humor and compassion about her life. As moms, women, heck, just as people, we can all find something that touches us deeply because we can relate to it personally. My Life in a Tutu was a joy to read!”Sharon McClintock
“This book had it all- I laughed, I cried; I finished it all in one sitting. Jackie did such a fabulous job of engaging her audience through relatable experiences. She empowers the reader to learn, to grow, and to prevail when life gives us bumps in the road. It is sincere, filled with love, and the message that we can become who we want to be; It is up to us to align our lives with what we envision, even if the path looks rocky at the time. Thank you Jackie for such a beautiful gift!!”Michelle
“Who would have thought that a friend of 25 years could surprise me! Jackie did! Her book is a delight that I could not put down.She should be commended for all that she has done for her self and her children. Lets all toast to Jackie as she authors her second book. Can’t wait!”Linda Maher
“I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Not only was it interesting, but it was also quite entertaining. I find Jackie a remarkable writer with a wonderful sense of humor. While reaching for tissues one minute, I would be laughing hysterically the next. It seems the more obstacles Jackie runs into in her life, the more hurdles she learns to jump. She’s an inspiration to everyone and I look forward to the sequel. I love Jackie dearly and hope her future is bright with love, success and happiness.”Kim Chien
“Jackie’s story rings true on so many levels. The struggles, doubts and triumphs we face as mothers, women, wives, daughters and friends. Bravo!”Sheila Ellison