# Pages: 48 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9
Megan Jackson is a twenty-eight-year-old female on a mission. Born in Marrero, Louisiana (ten minutes from New Orleans), she began writing poetry at the age of eleven. Grounded in spirituality by her mother and grandmother, her writing took on a spiritual standpoint becoming both relative and controversial. She expanded her writing to many rap, R&B, and gospel songs. Soon after completing her underground album Enter the G under her stage name G-Oracle, Hurricane Katrina struck. While still in its aftermath, she completed the actual book Enter the G, which had been in its making since 1998. Enter the G is a book composed to deliver the structural insight of life. Based upon one poem, it is the spiritual and intellectual insight needed to walk the path of life. She currently volunteers at the Common Ground Health Clinic as a phlebotomist, helping those without health insurance. She has a great love for her city and has plans to continue her work in the community. With only faith in God needed, her books, poems, songs, and selfless acts will show you the truth of life and its continuing purpose.