Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Born in Oklahoma City, Lacy Williams grew up near Calumet, Oklahoma, but her family moved to Edmond when she was twelve. Homeschooled K-12 grades, Lacy graduated cum laude from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2006. After working in the banking and public accounting fields, Lacy elected to stay home with her daughter. She and her husband are expecting baby #2—a boy—in September.

Lacy’s journey to publication started in high school, when she successfully completed a course on “Writing for Children and Teens” through the Institute of Children’s Literature. After a hiatus from writing during her college years, in 2006 Lacy began seriously pursuing publication and joined the American Christian Fiction Writers, a national organization. Through ACFW, Lacy met local writers, entered writing contests, joined critique groups, and attended writing conferences. In 2009, her novel won the Genesis award and was requested by the editor that eventually bought it. Now, Lacy is President of her local writers’ group and gives back by judging writing contests and mentoring other writers. Lacy also teaches writing courses part-time at Francis Tuttle.

Lacy loves to hear from readers. She posts short stories and giveaways at her website and can be found on social media at and

Lacy is giving away a copy of her book, Marrying Miss Marshal. Be sure to stop by The Borrowed Book on Friday for your chance to win!


  1. Thanks for hosting me today! I'm really excited to be here!

  2. Loved the interview, Lacy! I I liked hearing how your career came about. Can't wait to read Marrying Miss Marshal!

  3. Very cool interview! I have to say Marrying Miss Marshall is a fabulous book. It's very exciting and emotional. Congratulations on its release and on the new baby. I know you're excited.

  4. We're thrilled to have you! What better way to connect with you audience than to let them get a pick of the real you and see your heart for your writing.

  5. Fun interview. It's always interesting to read what the writing road looks like for other writers. I admire Lacy for giving back by mentoring other writers.

  6. Great interview. I love the video format. Sounds like Marrying Miss Marshal will be a fun read!

  7. Such a pleasure to have you on The Borrowed Book, Lacy! Thanks, again.


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