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Wednesday’s Interview with #Honno authors – today with Jacqueline Jacques

Judith Barrow

The sixth  of my Wednesday interviews with fellow Honno authors. And today we’re meeting the prolific and entertaining Jacqueline Jacques.

IMG_2143(1) (1)Quick Introduction:  Who are you? 

  • I am a retired primary school teacher (latterly Special Needs) born on Anglesey in the war and brought up among the bomb ruins and privations of post-war London.  I now live, fat and sleek, surrounded by greenery, on the edge of Epping Forest in Essex.  My life revolves around writing and research, painting, reading, sharing cookery ‘experiments’ (sometimes successful) and gardening with my husband and seeing friends and family for meals, out and in. I love visiting the London Art Galleries, theatre, cinema and concert halls, but a relaxed evening in, playing board games with ex-colleagues or discussing books with other members of the local book club is often just as enjoyable. And you can’t beat a good drama on TV.

 

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