Jacqueline J. King

Biography

I'm a new writer. I want to write books, poems, and daily passages that are inspirational to all people, adults and children and sometimes funny too.

I'm a Texas native, writer, artist, and teacher. A lover of all things faith-based and Christ-centered. Family minded, I believe in helping to build a strong community. I love children and all whimsical things that taunt our imaginations and give us joy. Dreaming of traveling to Spain and France and seeing the world with my growing family.

I love spending time with my family and being around children and those with childlike spirits.

After years of working in the oil industry, construction, and the entertainment world, I'm now ready to write, study, and explore in new directions. When I'm not writing you can find me supporting my growing family and helping my community.

I'm also a cancer survivor. After a long fight and years of reflection, I'm now ready to share my story and use my experiences to help others.

I've always felt that my life was in the protective hands of God. Growing up in the inner city of Dallas might jade some, but it did nothing more than assure me that God had big plans for my life. My journey is a testament of faith and patience and perseverance and reverence. At the heart of every word that I might ever write is the power of God.

Philippians 4:13
I can do all things through Christ.

~Jacqueline

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Books

HUMILITY versus EGO
Price: Free! Words: 570. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / General
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Just a short collection of my notes and thoughts on HUMILITY and EGO. Thank you for reading.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jacqueline J. King

  • CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost on Oct. 19, 2016

    This is a very entertaining short SciFi story. I loved how the writer said this story would work very well as a read aloud multi-person play or read-along. It did!!! Makes me want to read more of his books based on this.
  • The Old Man in the Hospital on Oct. 27, 2016

    This is a really great short story. It made me cry by the end. Inspirational, uplifting, and heart-warming.
  • Assassin's Against Corrupt Organizations on Oct. 27, 2016

    No No No. This is not very good at all. It's like a story you might see a 9th grader write. Not awful, just not quite ready to be published. It needs a lot of work. I am interested to see how the assassination assignment works out later. It just feels rushed to publish. Maybe the writer is looking for any kind of feedback. Okay... Keep at it. You have some clear ideas for a good story, but you need to sharpen and polish the delivery. Best wishes to you, Steph. Don't stop trying.
  • Double-crossing the Cross?: The Intel on Intelligent Design on Nov. 23, 2016

    I like this. It made me think. I'm a very spiritually grounded person. It's refreshing to read others who are also likewise grounded. I need to see what else this author has written.
  • Zombie Outbreak Survival: The Definitive Test on Nov. 23, 2016

    Sometimes he goes too far. Did Van Allen suggest that if a pandemic flu wipes out most of the children, we should be glad because those kids would be crazy hard to deal with if they were young agile speedy little zombies? All in all I loved this book. I didn't do too bad on the test either. I know who I'm calling when the apocalypse starts.