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  • Sue Williams is a British writer who lives in the USA.
    Under her pen name, she has published a novel with Harper Collins, and has written a wide range of columns and articles. As Sue, she has worked as an editor at Narrative, has published over twenty stories in literary magazines and has won several awards. Sue co-runs Here Booky Booky, an indie publishing service for writers. She also teaches flash fiction writing and other courses at Grub Street in Boston.

    You'll find some of her publishing credits below.

    She can be contacted at:

  • Sue also offers Writing Consultancy




  • Sections of this blog were read out by Brendan Gullifer on The Naked Novelist (show 31: Seeing Double).


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January 22, 2012



I was just having this convo with a friend. Something about paper just hits me. I feel like everything online is coming fast and furious. Paper is about slowing down, taking it in, tossing it in the fireplace if necessary.


Hello, Cheri! How lovely! I agree with what you say. I started keeping a journal, just a few weeks ago, and I love the feeling of the pencil in my hand, the page beneath it, and the alchemy going on between.

Ah, and the smell of burning paper...

I hope you're enjoying your writing!

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