Diana Renee Williams

     Diana Renee Williams is an accomplished writer, editor, Huffington Post platform blogger and journalist. She has immersed herself in the company of many luminous and progressive authors to include Mastin Kipp (Daily Love: Growing into Grace), Elizabeth Gilbert (Eat Pray Love), Anne Lamott (Bird by Bird) and has contributed to the sexy savvy self-help blog, The Inner Fix with Persia Lawton, endorsed by Russell Brand. Williams also studies writing with Pamela Des Barres (I'm with the Band) and practices wellness with Laura McKowen (We are the Luckiest).

     She has a diverse background to include music promo, artist interviews, travel articles, culinary highlights, book reviews, blogging, writing classes and workshops. Prior to freelancing, Williams worked as a paralegal, mediator & court appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children with the state of Georgia, focusing on her passion of charitable giving and being of service to her community.

    Williams is based in Eatonton, Georgia and is currently working on a suspense novel. Publications include Augusta Chronicle, Georgia Music, Augusta Family, Metro Spirit, Metro Courier, Augusta Magazine, & Aiken Magazine. 

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