ROAR and LBS Present Jacqueline Luckett


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Jacqueline Luckett, author of Searching for Tina Turner and  Passing Love, came to writing late in life.  In 1999 she  left the corporate world to kickstart her writing career with classes she took on a dare—from herself.

    Reinvention, self-awareness, and self-fulfillment are themes throughout Luckett’s novels. She strives to write compelling and interesting stories while addressing fear and what can be done to conquer it. “We can all afford to be fearful, but we can't let fear keep us from doing what we want or need to do.”

    Please join us to meet Jacqueline Luckett, hear her talk about her writing and how you can get started writing the stories that you have been wanting to tell. Bring a notebook!


Event date: 
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 3:00pm
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