Jill Williamson's Blog
August 26, 2014
I can't believe it's finally here. Rebels officially released today. The entire trilogy is now available. The story is done. It's such a weird feeling. But I'm happy with how it ended, and I hope you will be too. If you read it, please email me and let me know what you thought.
August 2, 2014
I don’t remember where I first met Gillian Bronte Adams. It feels like I’ve known her forever. We were in a critique group together once upon a time, and I got to read an early draft of Orphan’s Song. She volunteered to play Abby Goyer in my book trailer for Replication (Click here to watch). She also guest […]
June 30, 2014
I found out yesterday that Captives won an INPSY award for best literature for young people. I am honored that the judges found value in the story. Click here to read what they said about the story. Thanks so much to the bloggers who nominated Captives and to the judges for their time and efforts. Here […]
June 2, 2014
Ebook sale! Captives and Outcasts are $1.99 each from now until June 16 on Nook, Kindle, and pretty much anywhere ebooks are sold. Here are the links: For Captives: Nook ● Kindle ● CBD ● iTunes For Outcasts: Nook ● Kindle ● CBD ● iTunes
May 14, 2014
I’m part of this week’s Blink book tour. I’ll be in Salt Lake City on Thursday and in Phoenix on Friday and Saturday. If you live in either area, come and see me! I’m not alone, either. I’ll be there with authors Jonathan Friesen, Lisa T. Bergren, and Lorie Ann Grover. May 15: SALT […]
March 24, 2014
Thomas and Katherine are in the Holy Land, and they’re both looking for answers. They also both still don’t know if they can trust the other. They set off in search of an ancient treasure. But they are travelling through a dangerous place with bandits, Druids, and the desert sun. Can they find the treasure? And can Thomas discover the truth once and for all?
March 19, 2014
Ambushed, Spencer's latest story, is now available in paperback and ebook formats. Ambushed starts at the end of the year following Spencer's trip to Japan. He's worried about Grace and the dreams he keeps having about her, and he's trying to navigate the confusing path of a potential NCAA athlete. He also gets to attend a Hollywood movie premiere.
March 17, 2014
This month the CSFF Blog Tour is featuring the adult fantasy novel A Draw of Kings by Patrick W. Carr, the third and final book in The Staff and The Sword trilogy. I had the pleasure of reading A Cast of Stones, the first book in this trilogy, before it was released. You can read my thoughts here. I […]
February 25, 2014
Review by Jill Williamson When Priests of the Holy Grail show up in Magnus, Thomas flees the castle and sets out on a journey to the Holy Land in search of answers. He runs into Katherine along the way and is convinced that she is a Druid. Katherine, however, is convinced that Thomas is the […]
February 18, 2014
Cantor has trained his whole life to be a realm walker. He sets off through a portal on his first solo journey and is immediately caught up in an adventure. And while he makes new friends with another realm walker and two dragons—including one who likes to shop—he also discovers that the world is corrupt. Even the members of the Realm Walkers Guild cannot be trusted. There are few heroes left in all the realms, and Cantor and his new friends step up to the challenge.