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.

Had three plays produced in Malibu, CA

Wrote nonfiction books about doing business in Japan

Wrote a book about geisha and Japanese arts and culture

Wrote several books for traditional publisher in erotic romance

Performed at La Biennale, Venice, Italy

Member of a Hawaiian/Tahitian dance group.

Broadcaster on late night radio and did voice-overs for commercials.

Guest reporter on local news and national cable shows.

Columnist for a computer magazine and a travel book publication.

Screenwriter for kids’ and daytime TV.

Hired to write an interactive video game for girls

Trophy girl at a race track.

Documentary film writer for a motivational speaker

Perfume model and modeled for a designer.

I’ve always written…and I love design and creating posts that showcase my stories and view of life.

I enjoy combining the two with my graphic designs (my photo stock comes from www.Dreamstime.com)

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!”




  1. I noticed you wrote an episode for the Jem Show called Roxy Rumbles. I was curious to know if you grew up in Philadelphia like the character Roxy or was that location set in the Jem Bible?

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