New Workbook – Out Now!


Michelle Andrea Williams Offers New Tools in “Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice”

Boiling Springs, PA, July 03, 2018 –(– The workbook introduces the S.C.A.R.s. Method developed by the author to assist in healing wounds into scars for writers struggling to put their pain on paper.

Today, Michelle Andrea Williams announced the immediate availability of her latest workbook, Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice, a workbook allowing writers of all genres the tools to attain sufficient healing prior to publishing memoirs or fictional stories of traumatic events.

“The workbook is designed to give writers insight into whether they or their story is ready for publication,” said Michelle Andrea Williams, Author of the memoir and study guide, Finding My Damascus. “It also offers writing exercises to promote sufficient healing and capture the fullness their story deserves.”

Positive Customer Impact
Karli Rush, the author of The Bound Series, recently previewed the workbook. It prompted Karli to refocus on her writing practice and she is well into completing her latest novel.

“It can be perplexing to find the right tools, books or other material to help with the journey of healing from painful events,” said Karli, “The book not only explains how to write from wounds but coaches you through step-by-step positive methods to find healing.”

Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice Availability
Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice workbook is the latest offered by Michelle Andrea Williams. The workbook is available in paperback and Kindle on

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