Jade Miramontes was born at Osan AFB in Taejon, South Korea. She came here to the U.S in February of 1980, and has been in California ever since.
Jade has had a love affair with writing and literature since she was a young child; and won several creative writing awards. In her Freshman year of High School, her College Level English teacher awarded her for Excellent Writing and Literary Analysis. She has always excelled in writing.
In Spring 2010 she enrolled in a Journalism Class at her college, and feel in love with it. Needless to say, she has found her calling. She is a Blogger/ Reporter for the Yuba Community College Prospector, a Staff Columnnist for FCN, and a freelancer for PubKicks and Suite101. She specializes in Political Commentary, and she is not afraid to express her opinion.
You may reach Ms. Miramontes at Prospector.Jmiramontes@gmail.com.
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