Naomi Jacobs was born in Liverpool, raised in the West Midlands and lives in Manchester with her son Leo and her cat Sophia. She has a BSC in psychology. Forgotten Girl, her personal story of sudden dissociative amnesia, is her first book.
Naomi Jacobs went to sleep one night in 2008 as a 32-year-old mother, and woke up the next morning believing she was a fifteen-year-old school girl. She did not recognise the house she woke up in, though it was hers, nor her ten-year-old son, Leo.
@LordVotadini Thank you! It really did! The actress took it to another level! So excited to do more!😊
by @NaomiJacobs1 - 22 hours ago
Wonderful performance by Kayla Meikle of my piece “Don’t Touch My Hair” at Chelsea Theatre… https://t.co/TKe8v9gYo2
So looking forward to this! Tickets still available. Link in my bio! I’ll be there Saturday 14th… https://t.co/Db84pclGyv
by @NaomiJacobs1 - 4 days ago
@carlakingham @ChelseaTheatre And you too!😊
by @NaomiJacobs1 - 5 days ago
@ChelseaTheatre @carlakingham So looking forward to this!😊
Jacobs Update - one year ago
I have been locked away in The Writers Room finishing the next book, so forgive me for not blogging sooner. I have also been enjoying several box sets (OMG!! How great is Boardwalk Empire and its an absolute travesty Borgia was cancelled after only three series!..whats up with that Showtime?) boxsets I had promised to myself to indulge in once all things Forgotten Girl and I Woke Up In The Future had quietened down. After a very busy year, I am grateful for the quiet time and the chance to get
New Beginnings - 2 years ago
Well folks, since I last blogged (sometime in 2013) my book has taken me on one helluva journey; actually a bit of a wild ride which resulted in a book deal with Pan Macmillan and a film deal with Baby Cow productions. Now, I find myself writing this to you and starting out on a whole new beginning for my book and to say I am super excited would be an understatement. So, for those interested, my book will be released on the 23rd April 2015 in the UK under the new title 'Forgotten Girl'. It will
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