Diana Renee Williams

    Diana Renee Williams is an accomplished writer, editor and contributor for multiple publications throughout the Southeastern US. She has immersed herself in master classes with many luminous and progressive authors to include Mastin Kipp (Daily Love: Growing into Grace), Elizabeth Gilbert (Eat Pray Love), Miss Pamela Des Barres (I’m with the Band) and Anne Lamott (Bird by Bird). She has published internationally and contributed to the sexy savvy self-help blog, The Inner Fix in the UK and has provided content for Huffington Post Platform Blog. 

Prior to freelancing, Diana worked as a paralegal, mediator and court appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children, focusing on her passion of charitable giving and being of service to her community.

Diana is currently accepting assignments and offers: Content Writing, Copywriting, Creative Writing, Script and Speech Writing. She also provides  one-on-one writing consultations and will read your work of up to 3,000 words and offer specific guidance and feedback, including comments on structure, evocation and development of theme, and strengths and infelicities of style. Manuscripts can be non-fiction stories, essays, works of fiction, or chapters of a book. The consultation will include written editorial suggestions and a 50-minute story discussion by Zoom. 

An Improvised Moment of Glory

There’s a beautiful story about great jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis in The Atlantic Monthly written by David Hadju. In the article, Hadju described a time that he was at the Village Vanguard & watched Marsalis play, “I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You.” When Marsalis reached the climax of the song, he began playing the final phrase of his performance when someone's cell phone went off, fully wrecking the moment. Marsalis paused, put his trumpet down at his side & after a few seconds he took the rude interruption & did something amazing.

Welcome to Miami- a city laden with sexy sights, succulent cuisine and distinctive music that vibrates throughout the streets, an enchanting gem nestled right here in the southern U.S. landscape.

Step into paradise and experience the sun-drenched beauty of Miami. From its majestic ocean views to its colorful & vibrant culture, this tropical city is a place where you can find yourself pleasantly lost in the tantalizing spell of 'The Magic City'.

Discover three great places to try some amazing food while visiting the Big Apple!

Seekers of delectable delights will be rewarded in New York City-- a winter wonderland for adventuring foodies! From acclaimed gourmet eateries to small but beloved local spots, this grand metropolis brims with extraordinary taste sensations. Whether one fancies a traditional gustatory experience or desires a more daring adventure, NYC has the perfect palate-pleasing answer that you'll remember fondly for all time. For an unforgettable mealtime journey into some of the greatest wonders - here are three undeniably incredible places to eat in America’s dynamic Big Apple!

My First Coach: Untold Stories of NFL Quarterbacks and Their Dads by Gary Myers

In his book, My First Coach: Untold Stories of NFL Quarterbacks and Their Dads, author Gary Myers writes “Tom Brady’s father is an estate planner. Jim Harbaugh’s father had a long career as a college coach. Archie Manning played 14 years in the NFL and never made the playoffs, but his sons Peyton and Eli won a combined four Super Bowls. Joe Montana is considered by many to be the greatest quarterback of all time, but his two sons bounced around college football with limited success.
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