I started her up and took her along Crawford Street, first left into Seymour Place and then left again up on to the Westway. I love driving at night. Obviously, the traffic’s pretty much non- existent at that hour, but that’s not the main appeal. London, for me, comes alive at night, seeming to breathe […]Read more "DUST AND DESIRE: THREE MONTHS TILL PUBLICATION"
Getting certain characters together in fiction without any hint of contrivance is a challenge for any writer. In Sonata of the Dead, my WIP, I’ve got my lead character, a PI named Joel Sorrell, who needs to link up with another character, a woman with whom he will develop a strong working relationship (and maybe more besides). I […]Read more "Fancy meeting you here…"
I have a July deadline. But due to various commitments, my writing time has been cut to two days a week. Luxury, I hear you cry, and you’re right. I’m not complaining. I’m not moaning. But it means I’m having to be a bit more proactive in terms of what I get done and when. […]Read more "Next stop… Shudehill"
Jay Eales, over at the British Fantasy Society, has this to say about Loss of Separation: ‘Williams blends together genres with astounding skill… some phenomenal scenes where nightmare and truth blur…’ You can read the full review here.Read more "Loss of Separation review"
A good review of The Unblemished from The Eloquent Page… “Few writers have the ability to genuinely unsettle me but Williams has succeeded here. Put it this way – up until last night it has been decades since I have had to take a break from reading a book because it was creeping me out. If […]Read more "The Unblemished"