About Sue

  • Sue H. Williams is a British writer who lives in the USA.
    As a business, copy, and social media writer, she specializes in adapting her voice to that of her clients and publications. Current and previous clients include branding expert Dorie Clark (Stand Out and Reinventing You), numerous business ghostwriting clients, and educational publishers such as Helicon, among others.

    As an award-winning fiction writer and confidence coach, Sue often uses stories to help end the shame of bullying and teach young people how to tackle it. Having experienced bullying as a child, she later worked as a teacher at the Red Balloon Learner Centers -- a UK charity for students who self-exclude from mainstream education due to trauma and harassment. Since then, Sue has dedicated her career to empowering those who feel different.

    Her literary fiction has appeared in a wide range of magazines and journals, including Narrative where she later worked as an editor. Her recent young adult novella, The Winged Hendersons, has been the recipient of the Glimmer Train Best Start Award and was also honored with a "top 25" acknowledgment in the Glimmer Train Fiction Open. Under another name, Sue is an Amazon bestselling author and has been a fellow at the Writers Room of Boston. She has worked as a confidence coach and writing instructor at Grub Street and elsewhere. You'll find a fuller list of her publications below.

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October 27, 2016

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