Jacqueline T. Hill loves tattooing words to fresh pages daily. She will lure you into highly emotional feels through her writings that show and tell about finding love, friendships, and forgiveness through real world struggles that resonate with her readers. She is a published writer and a contributor on major platforms including LifeHack. From collegiate levels to professional outlets, Jacqueline has major works in her library including poems, short stories, essays and other works like "The Gospel According to Jazz: Tribute to Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm, Jill Wishes, Sweet Inspirations Celebrating Written Art: Tribute to Nikki Giovanni," published through North Carolina Central University—contributing Editor & Judge. She is also the author of Metamorphosis: Purple Butterflies Dance to Jazz, The Last Dance Before Love a book series in literary fiction, and a plethora of nonfiction books.
Jacqueline holds a BA in English/Writing, a Master of Divinity, and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership & Administration. Now, she serves as a writer, book marketing coach and Administrator for Secondary Schools in Texas. Jacqueline has a growing community on her website www.thelivingacts.com/blog. You can also connect with Jacqueline on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jacquelinethillbiz and Instagram at www.instagram.com/jacquelinet.hill.
During her free time, she enjoys reading books, traveling, dancing, nature walks, movies and drinking iced chai lattes with soy.
Meet Jacqueline T. Hill (www.jacquelinethill.com) the Publisher & CEO of The Living Acts. This site provides stories that give expert and personal advice, and educates communities to thrive, grow and heal in the areas of faith, relationships, and small business. It also covers news on the latest best-selling books in fiction and non-fiction. The Living Acts now has over 80K newsletter readers. Check in daily to catch the latest news for your self-growth and self-development in your faith-walk, relationships and small business.
She is all too familiar with the world of newspapers. Working for a 500 company in the newspaper industry would afford her the opportunity to learn the art of journalism, direct sales marketing and advertising for a readership of over 2 million people with gains of more than $5 million in sales. A few years later, she began The Living Acts online news.