Is There a Woman I Can Talk To Forum by Working Writer's Club member Billie Williams

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Is There a Woman I Can Talk To Forum by Working Writer's Club member Billie Williams

Need a woman to talk to? Visit, Is There A Woman I Can Talk To blog, founded and directed by Billie Williams, and talk to real women about real issues. The array of topics in a safe chat environment provides woman of all ages the opportunity to discuss important topics.

The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share the announcement of Billie Williams' chat forum, Is There A Woman I Can Talk To. Beyond the scope of the chats, Williams' provides information on health resources, workshop resources, and recommended reading.

Visit and interact with fellow women and meet new friends online at Is There A Woman I can Talk To

About Billie Williams:

Best-Selling, Award winning Mystery/Suspense author Billie A Williams is a fiction, non-fiction and poetry author and has won numerous awards for her short/flash fiction stories, essays, and poetry with over two dozen works 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.

Her articles, columns and features have appeared regularly in newspapers. Short stories, Flash fiction, poetry and book reviews have appeared. Mystery Time, True Love Magazine and various anthologies and on line e-zines and web sites have show cased her work. She writes a bi-monthly column titled "Whodunit?" for Mystery Fiction's Voices in the Dark. She also hosts her own writer's group, Word Mage Writers and Readers on line as well as The Amberg Writers Group that meets at her home monthly. She is an active blogger; her other blogs include: and and

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