My background includes writing for, but not limited to: The Dallas Morning News, Plano Magazine, Native American Natural Foods (creator of the Tanka Bar), The Terrell Tribune, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, Sonya Jevette (musician), The North Platte Telegraph and Eden's Organic Farm. My work has also appeared in People Newspapers, PaperCity and FD Luxe as well as editing work for Men's Health Network. I have given, and continue to volunteer, my time and experience to multiple small businesses and entrepreneurs. Please be sure to read more about my background and see my resume on my bio page, but here are the basics of my content writing background:
- Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Texas at Arlington
- Communications Minor with concentration on Journalism
- Over 16-year history of professional journalism (print and online) including editing and reporting
- 12 years of social media experience
My background includes writing for, but not limited to: The Dallas Morning News, Native American Natural Foods (creator of the Tanka Bar), The Terrell Tribune, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, Sonya Jevette (musician), The North Platte Telegraph and Eden's Organic Farm. My work has also appeared in People Newspapers, PaperCity and FD Luxe as well as editing work for Men's Health Network. I have given, and continue to volunteer, my time and experience to multiple small businesses and entrepreneurs. You can read some of my work here: Writing Clips
Pricing for writing services
I charge $50 an hour for written work which includes everything from writing and editing professional bios, press releases and articles to company newsletters and web content. If you have a writing project that you need assistance deciding where to start or how to flesh out new ideas, my consultation fee is $30 an hour to help you figure out the best route for your endeavor. However all rates are negotiable; we can discuss what fits your financial needs best.
Written journey to healing
“The writing process isn’t just about the black and white of technicalities, grammar and spelling. It’s not just about what a writer wants to convey. Writing is an effective way to tap into innermost feelings or issues and break free from what may have restrained a person from expanding. It is a tool that helps individuals seeking personal growth and removes obstacles that can plague many aspects of a person’s life. Writing can truly be a healing process.”
— Jenice Johnson Williams
I offer an unparalleled writing experience to my clients. Through my Written Journey to Healing process, I work as a personal writing coach to not only help what’s holding individuals back from their potential as a writer but also aids in removing emotional blocks. I use a series of writing exercises and guidance to achieve the ultimate goal of opening the door to expression and reconciliation to the past. Written Journey to Healing clients will also experience meditation, energetic clearing and mental clarity during the process. Every step is unique to the individual and impacts everyone differently. By the end of the process, writers will feel free and even more open to official writing their story if desired.
“Jenice is a sage of writers … And I was absolutely blown away by her spiritual gifts. She was able to nail my fears right off, and point out where I was holding back in my writing. Being a strong woman, it takes someone confident enough in her own abilities to call me out. Jenice is just that woman! An awesome writing coach. I feel honored to have worked with her…”
— Terri L. Jones, a current "Written Journey to Healing" student
“I have been writing stage plays for most of my life, but in the past two decades or so, for a variety of reasons, I have felt quite blocked from completing many new plays … By the time I left Art is Life Studio I had written more than the first ten pages of a new one-act play. I wrote those pages after Jenice gave me feedback for the piece, which I composed during the class session. Even after a full night’s sleep, by 9 a.m. this morning I had completed a first hand-written draft of my new play. I have not experienced this level of inspiration and rapid creative output in two decades. Consider me unblocked!”
— Iris Jacobs, a “Written Journey to Healing” workshop attendee
$30/hour or $150 for three 2-hour sessions (must be paid up front).
A minimum of $20 will be added for driving distances 20 miles outside of Arlington, TX.