Jacqueline Marcell barely survived as a caregiver to my (once-adoring) elderly father and sweet but ailing mother, both with Alzheimer’s which went undiagnosed for over a year. But after fighting through an unsympathetic medical system, endless tears, and depleting their life savings and much of my own, with sheer determination I figured everything out. Passion to save others (especially from getting so frustrated they commit elder abuse) compels me to educate on issues that so unnecessarily cost a year of my life—and then nearly my life itself when I survived invasive Breast Cancer.
Solrac can alter time, change night into day, read the minds of a friend or a stranger, or cross the vast reaches of space in a heartbeat. I can become invisible and walk unmolested amongst my most hated enemies or secretly listen in on a meeting in the oval office. I have those skills and many more at my beckon call, and I’ve known it since I was seven. Few believed me back then, least of all my parents—a dedicated physician and a concert pianist who saw life in shades of black and white. They were not capable of understanding how I could alter the reality around me, but I did, and my powers continued to grow with each passing day.
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