American-born J.S. Williams began traveling abroad extensively by the age of 20. In her travels, she’s studied the histories of cultures and spirituality throughout Asia, Europe and New Zealand. She has a diverse background of freelance writing experience. Her essays and short stories have appeared in “American Athenaeum,” The Healer’s Journal online and The Elephant Journal online.

Authors that have greatly influenced my work:

Jane Austen
Oscar Wilde
Lord Byron
Robert Frost
J.R.R. Tolkien

What I’ve read recently:

“The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets” by Eva Rice (British historical fiction)
“The Winter Sea” by Susanna Kearsley (historical fantasy)
“The Robe” by Lloyd C. Douglas (inspirational historical fiction)