Lucille Williams


How did you begin writing?

When my kids were teenagers I began writing a manuscript at the urging of my daughter. Then, began blogging.

Do you write every single day?

No, but most days.

What is the most difficult part of your writing process?

Rejection.

How do you motivate yourself to keep writing?

I don’t really have to motivate myself, it’s become a calling. I have to write.

Which genre do you prefer?

Self-help.

What books have had a strong influence on you or your writing? Can you name some of your favorite books and explain why they are your favorites?

Boundaries, A Man’s Search for Meaning, Bird by Bird

Do you have a blog?

LuSays.com  LuSays is about relationships, love, family, marriage, and faith.  

Tell us something about the book you recently published

From Me to We: A Premarital Guide for the Bride- and Groom- to- Be,” 2017, Shiloh Run Press, a guide to help engaged couples.

From Me to We: A Premarital Guide for the Bride- and Groom-to-Be

The Intimacy You Crave: Straight Talk about Sex and Pancakes,” 2019, Shiloh Run Press, helps women get the closeness and intimacy they desire in their marriages.

The Intimacy You Crave: Straight Talk about Sex and Pancakes

“The Impossible Kid: Parenting a Strong-Willed Child with Love and Grace,” Shiloh Run Press, Releasing: Sept. 2021, a book to help Mom’s with impossible kids.

What was your greatest failure and what did you learn from that?

I don’t view things as failures, only learning. But I would say I had a “ten year learning” process when I was rejected over and over by publishers, until I finally got my first book deal.

What advice would you give to emerging writers?

Keep writing. If you love to write, write.


Lucille Williams

Lucille Williams is an author, speaker, and relationship coach who has been working with parents and children for over 25 years. As a pastor’s wife, Lucille dedicates her time to ministry, writing, mentoring, and providing resources, at LuSays.com, a ministry devoted to helping relationships thrive.

In her books, From Me to We, and The Intimacy You Crave: Straight Talk about Sex and Pancakes she lays out the blueprint for a thriving and passionate marriage. She also speaks at conferences and women’s events helping to empower women to soar.

In her pursuit to encourage and enrich families she has appeared on Focus on the Family’s radio broadcasts as one of their top-rated programs for “BEST OF 2018.” She has been featured on many other broadcasts and podcasts including KKLA’s the Frank Sontag Show and GOD TV.

Lucille is proudest of her marriage to Mike for more than 38 years and the raising of their three children. As a mom she focused on teaching her children to love and serve God, now as a grandmother, she has the privilege of watching her children do the same.

6 Replies to “Lucille Williams”

  1. Graceful_khushi says: Reply

    How to find loop holes in writing?
    Kindly guide.

  2. Oh great,Nice work!.Keep it up.

    1. Well done 👍

  3. Keep writing.. if you love to write then write – it’s simple yet powerful statement 👍

  4. Amazing 👍. Always keep writing and keep inspiring many people’s. Good luck 💞

  5. Inspirational story to beginners who are interested to start their careers in writing.. well done and Keep it up👍👌

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