Sunday, January 23, 2011

Welcome to the Write Place, Writing Prompts to Writing Tips

Welcome to the Write Place
@ The Write Time for the Write Reason
Williams’ Winter Write-a-thon Workshop
“Writing Prompts to Writing Tips”
It’s Write For You!

February 1, 2011 Marks the first week of Writing Prompts to Writing Tips a new 10-week, online, writing course that will give you momentum and motivation to begin that long dreamed of career as a writer. [This is an open ended course that can begin at anytime and work at your own pace. The lessons will be delivered one a week after sign up.]
Billie A Williams multi-published, award-winning, and best-selling author of over two dozen mystery novels has taken parts of her six books on the art and craft of writing and turned them into a course to help you get started, or to continue to tweak, your writing career.
“Right from the Welcome letter to the sign off you are in for a busy work-a-thon or Write-a-thon as I like to call it.” Williams says.
 “Can you picture using bubble gum as a metaphor for writing,” Williams does. “Have you ever thought what the wide space between someone’s front teeth might mean for someone besides their orthodontist?” Williams does.
Here is a sample of the things you will be working on.
 Writing Wide, Exercises in Creative Writing (Williams’ first book on how to write in this series) provides some unique ideas to grow your mind from ordinary thinking to creative thinking in lessons one through four.
Lesson One: Wide Spaces Between the Front Teeth
Lesson Two: Writing Challenges—The idea—The first Sentence
Lesson Three: Wide Lines of Wide Ruled Paper
Lesson Four: Corralling the Wild Stallion in Your Writing (wimpy verbs, wasted Adverbs and  Adjectives,  and worn out words in clichĂ©’s etc.)
Lesson Five: Bee Balm—the hook is from the book Spice Up Your Writing, Write to Entice
Lesson Six: Create Characters That Live and Breathe and Your Readers Love from the book
Lesson Seven: Style, What Will You Write? From the book is A Writer’s Vehicle, Henry Ford’s Way
Lesson Eight: Wide Brush Strokes from the book-- Writing Wider, More Exercises in Creative Writing
Lesson Nine: Unique Accidental Sleuths, The book title Whodunit? A Mystery Writer’s Primer
Lesson Ten: Is simply a Wrap up with 12 Steps for Writers. Conceive it, Believe it, Achieve it!

And there will be handouts available to further enhance the experience. For those who do better listening to the lessons, there will also be bonus audio recordings of the lessons available for members as well.
For more information go to

Best-Selling, Award winning Mystery/Suspense author Billie A Williams is a fiction, non-fiction and poetry author and has won numerous contests for her short/flash fiction stories, essays, and poetry. Currently she has over two dozen books published. She is published in various magazines such as the literary magazine Thema; Guide, a Magazine for Children, Novel, Writing Etc., and Women In The Arts newsletter as well as Sister’s in Crime, to list but a few.
Williams is currently a member of The Wisconsin Regional Writers Association (WRWA) Upper Peninsula Writers Association (UPWA)National Association of Women Writers (NAWW) Sister’s in Crime, Women in the Arts, Electronically Published Internet Connection (EPIC), Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. (SCBWI) and Children’s Book Insider, and the Working Writers Coaches Club. Visit her at her websites or and sign up for her Newsletter  and/or  Billie-Williams-Mystery-Book-Of-The-Month-Book-Club on her website.
Find out more about me and the books I write at my website at
If you have any questions, send her an email at
Williams says she is more than willing to speak to your group – if you have an idea for a program you’d like presented, please do not hesitate to write, or email.
P O Box 134
Amberg, WI 54102

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