Jacqueline Boulden has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember. She wanted to write a novel ever since she stayed up all night in high school reading Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy. The reality of earning a living and a love of news sent her off to Utica University where she received a B.A. in journalism and public relations. Then she made several career moves around the country—earning several Emmy awards along the way—covering politics in Washington, D.C., NASA and the space shuttle program in Florida (including the Challenger accident), and fighting the wind for control of her hats during live shots in hurricanes and blizzards in Orlando and Philadelphia.

Jacqueline’s novels have won multiple awards, including an Independent Publisher (IPPY) Gold Award for her debut novel, Her Past Can’t Wait. Her second novel, Family Ties Family Lies won an IPPY Silver Award and was named a Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Jacqueline lives in upstate New York with her spouse and their rescue dog, who’s teaching them how to speak Beaglish.

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