About Jina Bacarr

I’ve had interesting jobs, boring jobs, jobs that took me to faraway places and crazy jobs, but I’m first and foremost a writer.

On my journey to publication, I’ve worked as—

Tour guide at Universal Studios and gave the tour in German.

Trophy girl at a race track.

Member of a Hawaiian/Tahitian dance group.

Broadcaster on late night radio and did voiceovers for commercials.

Columnist for a computer magazine and a travel book publication.

Screenwriter for kids’ and daytime TV.

Perfume model and modeled for a designer.

Guest reporter on local news and national cable shows.

I’ve always written…and I love design. I enjoy combining the two with my graphic designs (my photo stock comes from www.Dreamstime.com)

and creating posts that showcase my stories and view of life.

And yes, I love coffee…here’s a poem I wrote about the power of java:

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Coffee Pillow Talk

Java is a girl’s best friend

When you don’t want that special night to end

 

“Stick around for a cup of Joe,” you say

After a night in bed that blew you away

 

Then watch his eyes glow with desire

When you put on the coffee and light his fire

 

Wearing a sexy black teddy, tight and see-through

You ask, “Eggs or cinnamon buns with your brew?”

 

“I’ll have the buns,” he says, eyeing yours with a smile

You shiver with glee. The coffee can wait for awhile

 

It’s back to bed with your man for round two

And to coffee you say, a big “Thank you!”

 

Best,

Jina

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