Jacqueline was born at 45 Stadium Street, Chelsea, London, UK, in 1947. When she was 12 years old, her family immigrated to Australia and resided in a migrant hotel. They were only there for one year. Her mother left her five children and her father to have a good life. She had to leave school to take care of her three brothers and a sister. She married at the age of 16, had four boys, one after the other nearly. She now has 10 grandchildren and two great grandsons, Ryder and Sonny. Things have been sad all her life, but at least she is healthy. Jacqueline’s paternal grandfather was a wonderful man, but her father was not very nice. Recently, she had not been going through a good time and her grandfather came to her in a dream and told her to write this story and that it would be published. She told him, “I would not remember it all,” and he said, “Yes, you will.” So, the next morning, she wrote it down.
The Uppity Wuppity Witch
This is a story about Sonny, Ava and Ryder who venture far into the woods to find magic and intrigue. How are they going to help Ezabella, who is crying, as her magic and spell book have been stolen by the Wubbery Rubbery Goblins.
Ezabella cannot remember her spells properly, so she mistakenly put...