This Writer’s Journey . . .

Writing is a journey, one I truly love and enjoy, but it can sometimes feel rather lonely. Hour after hour, alone, at the computer, pouring your heart and soul into each word. But I’ve learned I’m not alone, in fact, I’ve been blessed to be in contact with some amazing people, both writers and non-writers. I want to share a bit of that with you. Each week I’ll be spotlighting someone I’ve come in contact with during my journey. Thanks for stepping along side of me—all of you—during this exciting time! ~~~ Jill Williamson I met Jill through an online[…]

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Jill Williamson

I don’t do many interviews here, but I had to have Jill, author of To Darkness Fled, on the Light of Truth blog. I just LOVED her book. WELCOME JILL WILLIAMSON! Tell us about your latest book. To Darkness Fled is the second book in the Blood of Kings trilogy. It’s about Achan, a young man who wanted to become a knight, and Vrell, a girl who is dressed as a boy to hide from the man who wants to marry her. Book two picks up where By Darkness Hid left off. Here is the back cover copy for To[…]

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By Darkness Hid

You might have seen my post on Saturday about the book called, By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson. I loved it so much, I thought I’d mention it again and post a little interview with the author. I hope you enjoy it. ~~~ Q: Tell us about yourself. I grew up in rural Alaska with no electricity, an outhouse, and a lot of mosquitoes. Thankfully it was the land of the midnight sun. In the summer I could stay up and read by the daylight that wouldn’t go away. But in the winter there was nothing better to do than[…]

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By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson

By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson Barnes and Noble Synopsis: Given the chance to train as a squire, kitchen servant Achan Cham hopes to pull himself out of his pitiful life and become a Kingsguard Knight. When Achan’s owner learns of his training, he forces Achan to spar with the Crown Prince–more of a death sentence than an honor. Meanwhile, strange voices in Achan’s head cause him to fear he’s going mad. While escorting the prince to a council presentation, their convoy is attacked. Achan is wounded and arrested, but escapes from prison–only to discover a secret about himself he[…]

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