Darral Williams author of The Last Friend

Writing a novel is both the most exhilarating and at the same time most complex endeavor a writer will ever engage in. It takes long, arduous hours of time at your keyboard, and grit that you may not have even known you had until you began. Congratulations to you! You got it finished and polished. Now you’re ready for someone to read it and tell you what they think.

I promise I will not beat you over the head if I see that your plot lacks direction or if your characters lack presence, or if it lacks any other important element of fiction that must be in your work to bring your readers inside your world. After all, that’s where they have to be if you’re going to be a successful novelist.

The whole idea of writing a story is to tickle the intellect and entertain the soul of your new friends (readers). I promise I will give you a fair assessment of your strengths and possible weaknesses. As I said, writing a novel is not easy. In fact, it’s a monumental undertaking, but if you’re up to it, then I’m up to help you make it the best it can be. Good luck!!

Darral Williams