About Jamie

Hiya, I’m Jamie. I’m a born and raised Southern California who is a certified web developer from the Mt. San Jacinto Community College. I’m currently in the process of obtaining my computer information systems with an emphasis study on web development (I triple dog dare you to say that 5 times fast!).

Growing up wasn’t easy whatsoever. When I was a kid, I was bullied a lot and to make matters worse, I had a hearing problem that some people thought I was deaf in one ear even though I am not. I was taken to an ear specialist who found the underlying problem which was hard build up wax crystals that completely covered both of my ear drums. He managed to fix what was going on, gave me a test 5 times and sent me home. As a belated parting gift from having a hearing problem, I was awarded the title “Late reader.” Also, I would like to ask if those who are reading this right now to please do this exercise. Don’t worry, you won’t fail. All I would like for you to do is cover both of your ears completely with your hands and then say something. Did you do this exercise? If yes, did you hear how muffled you had sounded? If yes, than I can safely tell you that’s what I’ve heard until that ear specialist came into my life. After my hearing had cleared and everyone found out I was reading a book *gasps* my friends from across the street had introduced to me an all time favorite children’s author that’s also my all time favorite to this day and that’s none other than R.L.STINE (I was introduced to the Goosebumps series but later graduated to Fear Street). Would you actually have guessed that I still have some of R.L.STINE’S Fear Street books with me right now? Yup, I’m that much of a fan. Another author that I’ve became a fan of in the last few years is none other than Stephen King himself.

I can’t begin to tell you just how many dreams I wish to accomplish before my future is bleak. I’ve always wanted to have a book published of my poems but because I am on a fixed income, I can’t get it done like I want to, however, I am getting one of my dreams being made into a reality as an author commission me to create her a copy of my Tell Tale Heart digital artwork which I have done it, I just don’t know what’s going on at the moment with it. But fingers cross!!!

I’ve definitely went through a lot as a kid growing up without a mother, as a teenager who didn’t quite fit in with people and to being an adult that I never thought would actually be this way. But what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger as they say.

The Book Blog

Jscribbles.com was created and also founded by the owner Jamie on June 6, 2020 in hopes of making a comeback to the book blogging community when she had disappeared a few years ago after making the transition into a book blogger from a regular personal blogger that didn’t have much of an exciting life to be blogging about it. Jamie ended up leaving in hopes she could better he book reviewing, and also some other things that plagued her at the time that made her left as well. While Jscribbles.com may feel like another hobby to Jamie, it is anything but a hobby.

This book blog serves as a dumping grounds if you will for Jamie to discuss and share her thoughts on some bookish related topics and a few non bookish related topics. Not only will she get to share her thoughts and what not, she’s a creative person who creates artwork from time to time and would like to freely showcase any of her artwork she had created as she is proud (wouldn’t you be if you’ve created something?). While most don’t know this, Jamie’s little twist is that this book blog is actually one of those book blogs that gives back to all those authors who unselfishly writes story after story to entertain us which they don’t have to, and not only will the authors benefit from this book blog, but also some of the visitors that may have learned something from Jamie’s personal past experiences. This book blog may seem like it is all about Jamie and her passion for books, but I assure you it is more than that and helps everyone who comes into contact with and some how benefit from it.

Jscribbles.com might be new and a bit on the non popular side of the book blog’s but that won’t last for much longer. This book blog definitely has the potential to go far in this field and also the book blogging community especially if Jamie keeps everything running smoothly and doesn’t miss anything from her book blog and also reviewing those author’s books and give them construction criticism that’ll hopefully help them to understand where their mistakes were made and etc. And not only that but to continue recommending certain books, and even have a guest blog poster and interviewer coming down. If you keep this up for more than a year, than you’re a shoe in the community who already accepted you.

Hello, my name is Jamie, and I am a 39 year old apprentice certified web developer and a highly creative bibliophile from the golden state of Southern California. When I am not busy with either homework, reading a book in my spare time, or doing something with my blog ex. writing, coding, or designing it, IO cam usually be found having my phone nestling inside my of my hands and on social media to kill time, or simply doing my homework and having some learning moments and last not but least but some alone time with my boyfriend of 9 years Tristan (Tristan’s had a major role as to who got me back into the habit of reading and collecting books. More on that below.).

In the mid to late 80s and 90s I was blessed with a slight hearing problem that most people thought I may have been death. This medical issue was only a temporary setback until an ear specialist found the problem that was making me hard of hearing and corrected it with a simple procedure that after some time had passed, I became known as a late reader that was introduced to one of my favorite childhood authors of all time RL STINE. Despite the fact that I had became a late reader and a friend introduced me to the magical world of Goosebumps and then later I introduced myself to the magical world of FEAR STREET, I would have to say that this was a turning point of my life that I didn’t know would one day land me a gig as a book blogger that has been meeting quite a slew of authors here and there.

Sometime in my high school years of my utterly long academic journey, I’ve made the dumbest decision that one could have ever possibly came up with and went through with. I had gotten so behind with homework and was so stressed from the amount of work and studying I had to to ensure I passed the proficiency tests to let me graduate that I bascially and briefly stopped reading books for some time. It wasn’t until the year 2013 that I had rediscovered my love and passion for reading books had it not been for my boyfriend Tristan coming over to my place with a Daniel Everett Language book that peeked my curiosity. Ever since I had opened that language book this journey of collecting, reading, and being obsessed with books has finally started its path. I’m just gonna mention this real quick, if it hadn’t been for Tristan and his nerdiness ways, I probably would still refusing to read books today and would never be the person that I am today because of him and his book.

Authors, if you’d like to make my day and allow me to smile even more, I triple dog dare you to allow me to have the honor of reading and reviewing your book. If for some reason we aren’t connected through Facebook or even Twitter, please check out my reviewing policy page, and after having read through it than simply email me and ask away. Happy reading!