Too many students enter graduate school unprepared to write at the level expected of them, so they become stressed and lose confidence in their ability to write well. While graduate school writing requirements are daunting, writing is a skill that can and must be mastered. However, students first must embrace their identity as scholarly writers then work to improve their writing abilities. I Am Not a Writer...is a resource that provides foundational information, skills and techniques for students to meet faculty writing expectations, navigate graduate school pressures, earn their degrees and publish in academic spaces. In this book, Dr. Williams provides an inside perspective by explaining what students need to know, inside and outside of the classroom, to succeed as scholars. This practical writing guide is layered with writing strategies, scholarly examples, advice and tutorials that mentor students into how to strategically approach any type of writing assignment. This writing resource was designed to equip students across disciplines with the information they need to evolve into scholars who can articulate their research ideas critically, clearly and coherently.