Terry E. Hill
Terry E Hill has worked in the social services industry for over 25 years. A native of Southern California, he attended Cal State Los Angeles. After completing college, Hill was employed as Associate Executive Director for a non-profit agency in Santa Monica, California serving the homeless and battered women with children.
In 1995, Terry relocated to the Bay Area to serve as the Executive Director of a social services agency in San Francisco. He later worked as Director of the Mayor’s Office on Homelessness for the City of San Francisco. Terry lives in Oakland, California with his partner and two dogs B-bop and Picasso.
Terry is the author of the three successful novels of the Sunday Morning Trilogy. The first book, Come Sunday Morning was released in January 2012 and selected as number 3 of 5 best fiction books of 2012 by the Sankofa literary Society. When Sunday Comes Again was released in the Summer of 2012 and made the AALBC (African American Literary Book Club) Urban Fiction Best Seller List and The Last Sunday, released in 2013 made the Black Expressions Best Sellers List.
The Sunday Morning trilogy has been acquired by more than 10,000 libraries in the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand and have developed a significant and very loyal audience who eagerly await each new release. They have been selected as best books of the month and year by book stores and book clubs throughout the U.S. June 2015, Urban Books released Come Sunday Morning Saga. His fourth novel, The Committee, was released with much acclaim in December 2015.
Elev8.com, an online property of Hello Beautiful, profiled the author as the next E. Lynn Harris for his story telling. He and his writings have been featured on BET.com’s monthly YOU GOTTA HAVE IT column, Crème Magazine, Elev8/Hello Beautiful, Black Literature Magazine and The Literary Network. While Hill’s writings are works of fiction they continuously stir conversation on important topics nationwide.