Jacquelyn Verze-Reeher writes fast-paced novels to encourage those who become easily frustrated by extraneous details and lengthy descriptions to re-enter the world of reading.
San Francisco writer Jacquelyn Verze-Reeher was born in Guam, U.S.A. From there the family moved to Appalachia where she was abused by her father. Later she fled with her mother to San Francisco. Jacquelyn grew up in homeless shelters, Public Housing Projects, and finally in the pleasant apartment complex where she currently resides. Despite her rough childhood, she is overcoming dyslexia and struggling through flashbacks and cyber-stalking. Today she writes books with deep questions and strong independent female characters that often act as a role model to her female readers.