Cora R approved Bette’s request to change the name of Jacqueline Vick Thursday, May 16, 2013.
Bette changed Jacqueline Vick's author image Monday, April 1, 2013.
Bette changed the name of Jacqueline Vick Monday, April 1, 2013.
Bette edited the overview of Jacqueline Vick Monday, April 1, 2013.
While researching an article for "Fido Friendly Magazine" (April, 2010), Jacqueline came up with the idea of the Frankie Chandler Pet Psychic mysteries. The first novel, "Barking Mad at Murder", is available on Kindle.
Her humor has been described as screwball, and she thinks sleuths are at their best when surrounded by nutty and unpredictable characters. That's why she loves the "Liturgical Detective" series, the "Barbara Marr" series, and the "Ms. America" series. "Death by Sheer Torture" by Robert Barnard will always be one of her favorites.
To read her interviews of other writers you may like, visit A Writer's Jumble at www.jacquelinevickauthor.blogspot.com. Find our more about the author on her website www.jacquelinevick.com including the true story behind how her big sister led her to a life of crime...writing.
Her website includes a teacher's guide for "Logical Larry". Another freebie, though not as fun, is a hospital tracking sheet. After her husband's accident, she created forms to help people deal with the chaos when their loved one is ill or injured. You can download them free from her website.