While other kids enjoyed the social aspects of school in the 1960s, Jacqui DeLorenzo experienced the torment of bullying. From the moment she stepped onto the bus, walked through the schoolyard, and stepped into the classroom, lunchroom, and even her own neighborhood, she was a target. Unfortunately, Jacqui’s adulthood proved to be as challenging as her adolescence and childhood but her unwavering faith always sustained her. 

A Thread of Hope chronicles Jacqui’s journey through her parents’ devastating breakup, the death of her thirteen-year-old brother, her own struggle to survive cancer, and her battle with an eating disorder. From the depths of depression, Jacqui has worked to completely accept the person she’s become, always leaving room for growth. Jacqui’s belief in the miracle of God’s love guided her to improved self-worth and the realization that she could accomplish anything.

She continues to grow daily and appreciates all that life has to offer, especially the love of her family and friends, her health, and most of all, her personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Jacqui’s inspiring memoir, A Thread of Hope, will touch your heart and give you hope for the future.  


5 Responses to “Description”

  1. Johnny Ferrara Says:

    Hi Jacqui,
    I am so proud of you and all the hard work you have put into this book. I can’t wait to read it. Congratulations on being a published author; you deserve it.

  2. Dominic Fiumara Says:

    Dear Jacqui,

    You cannot imagine how happy I am for you. In the years that I have known you what have remained steadfast have been your indomitable spirit, your kindness, and your genuineness. I cannot tell you how many times you have been the example I have held out to others.

    Agnes and I consider it a singular privilege to know you and to have you as a cherished friend . We look forward to reading your book.


  3. Matt Gauvain Says:


    Congrats on your book being published. I can think of any soul more deserving then you. God bless you and keep you always.


  4. Leanne Says:

    Dear Jacqui,
    You truly are an inspiration to me. I’m looking forward to reading your book, although I’m sure kleenex will be needed.
    All my best to you.

  5. Christine Bavaro Says:

    Dear Jacqui, I have just finished reading your lovely book. It is everything the description suggests and more. Obviously written from the heart, it’s warmth touches the soul. Anyone reading this cannot help but feel empowered to continue on in spite of their personal adversity. You truly are an inspiration! Thank you for sharing your life with us.

    Blessings, Chris

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