Services We Provide
SPEAKER - Mentor -Writing Teacher
Billie A Williams is the author of over 40 published works, a freelance writer, and the Editor in Chief/ owner of the "Mystery
Readers Newsletter," She is founder and mentor of the Amberg Writers Group which presents Read-citals in various settings.
You've heard of dance and piano recitals-- well this is the fledgling writers venue to showcase their writing created in the Amberg
Writers Group monthly sessions from prompts provided there. [This group is available to do Read-citals email or call your
Billie A Williams, 715-759-5919 or email@example.com]
Williams is also founder and owner of the Word Mage Writers group at Yahoo.com. She is owner/manager of several blogs:
She enjoys speaking at libraries, bookstores, Historical Societies, schools, Nursing homes, Red Hat Societies and at writer's
Topics include but are not limited to:
Fiction Writing (Mystery, Thriller, Horror, Romance, Suspense, Romantic Suspense)
How to Write a Play
How to Publishing your own book for Kindle/Nook/PDF
Which route: traditional publisher, self-publish, or small independent publisher for you?
Research (when is it enough)
Native American Foods, Traditions, Legends and Lore
Changing Careers after 50 or even 60
There A Woman I Can Talk To? Listening is a learned skill.
If you have a specific need, contact me to discuss possibilities.
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PENS IN MOTION
Are you itching to write a book? You're not alone. The latest statistics show that 83% of American's want to
write a book someday. (The rest of the world is probably close to that average too.) If you don't know where
or how to start, a good idea is to take a writing course to help you get and stay motivated to put words on
the page. Why not try Pens In Motion a 12-week online course you can do from the comfort of your home,
on your computer one week at a time.
Here is the table of lessons and what they encompass:
1. Wide Space Between Your Front Teeth
2. From Idea to That Important First Sentence
3. Wide Lines (Ruled Notebook Paper)
4. Corralling The Wild Stallion (Adjectives and Adverbs)
5. Spicing up Your Writing - Bee Balm The Hook
6. Building Credible Characters
7. A Writer's Vehicle - Style
8. Wide Brush Strokes
9. Unique Accidental Sleuth's (or your protagonist in any genre)
10. 12 Steps For Writers
11. Amateur Detectives -- What they can teach you about writing
12. Whodunit? A Mystery Writer's Primer
Workbook in PDF format to print out and use for this course.
To Sign up or find out more information about the courses send an email to Courses@billiewilliams.com
Put the name of the course in the subject line of your email.