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From the Writer
Victoria was a shy kid, and at the
age of seven she discovered writing poetry let her escape and express how she felt. Over the years,
Victoria became a voracious reader of poetry, romance, mysteries,
In 2001, Victoria suffered a debilitating injury that left her almost
blind for a year.
During her long recovery, she began to learn Braille, and she wrote
short stories and in the dark.
Her poem, Hello Dispatch, was
written to thank the men and
women from the police department who supported her throughout her long recovery.
jury, she opened a small writing
boutique on Cannery Row in
Monterey, California. Passersby
could watch her through the
window writing calligraphy at
her lighted table. She would have
customers tell her five words to
describe their loved one, and she
would create a beautiful poem or
letter incorporating those words.
The local newspaper took notice
and featured her in an article,
calling her a modern day Cyrano
de Bergerac. A year later Victoria
moved her boutique to Carmel,
Victoria started writing poetry
and love letters for the wives and
girlfriends of her romantically
clueless colleagues at the police
department. She was published
in the police newspaper several
Today, Victoria is CEO of a media production company based in
San Francisco, but she also continues to write. The media took
notice again in 2014, and Victoria
was a special guest on The Willis
Report on Fox Business Network.
Victoria currently has over 1.4
million readers, and is working
on her third online soap opera.
Forced to leave the police department in 2005 because of her in-
To read more of Victoria’s work,
Jacqueline is a professional
voice over actress. She has
worked with VN Media Producitons on numerous voice
Jacqueline is the female voice
acrtess for Mademoiselle of