Jina Bacarr got her start writing video games and a column called “Sweet Savage Byte” for Micro-Times.
Bacarr worked on a number of animated series in the 1980s, including He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Challenge of the Go-Bots, Galaxy High School, Popples, and Jem.
More recently, she has become a popular writer of "erotic adventure" works like the novel The Blonde Geisha. She has also written such nonfiction book as The Japanese Art of Sex: How to Tease, Seduce, & Pleasure the Samurai in Your Bedroom.
Reviewers International Orgainization Award of Excellence (2006) - The Blonde Geisha
Benjamin Franklin Winner Book Sense Pick of the Month (2005) - The Japanese Art of Sex
External Links Edit
Jina Bacarr at the Internet Movie Database
Jina Bacarr's Website (content warning)