About the Author
Paulette Jackson is the founder/CEO of SCORP Radio Network and Jazz Zone Radio. She’s the host of the internet shows The Classic Soul Music Café, The Jazz Zone, and Center Stage. She’s a voiceover artist at her company, Ms. Music’s Voice. Jackson is the published author of The Music in Me and The Music Through the Storm, and she’s currently working on book three, which is due for release in 2021. Both of her current published books were accepted for consideration at the 2020 Author Academy Awards (slated for October 2020). Recently, she started working with several artists on promotions and show bookings. She has also been creating several video series and doing other creative projects, including completing an inspirational song. She has recently been selected to receive the second annual Aretha Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award (Mary Wilson of the world-famous Supremes was the first to receive this honor in 2019) at the 2020 National Rhythm & Blues induction ceremony (tenth anniversary) in Detroit, MI, later this year (2020-21). She attended and graduated the Cleveland School of the Arts as a Dance and Vocal Music major (1983-1987), and she attended master voiceover classes at Such a Voice, which is based in Burlington, VT. Her love has always been music and entertainment, and she has worked in many areas of the business. She has two adult daughters, Paris (31) and Brooke (30), who also have a love of music and dance. –This text refers to the paperback edition.