On this episode of “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Writer-in-Residence Dani McClain chats with author Sheila Williams about becoming a published writer, having her work made into a movie, and more.
Sheila wrote Dancing on the Edge of the Roof, On the Right Side of a Dream, The Shade of My Own Tree, and Girls Most Likely. She is a contributor to an anthology titled A Letter for My Mother, compiled and edited by writer Nina Foxx. Sheila is a reformed corporate Borg (she drank the Kool-Aid but it made her sick), loves to read, listen to music (most kinds), travel, and eat popcorn, preferably served dripping with butter. She lives in Northern Kentucky.
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