Jill Williamson | Where Adventure Comes to Life

Jill Williamson | Where Adventure Comes to Life

A Deliverer Comes — Release Day!

Jill Williamson on March 8, 2018

I am very happy to announce that Part 8 of the Kinsman Chronicles is now available for your reading pleasure! Hooray! *dances and throws confetti* A Deliverer Comes is all of Act 2 of book three, King’s War, so if you’ve been reading the ebook parts, A Deliverer Comes will bring you almost to the end of […]

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Blood of Kings Book Sale and Mini Book Giveaway

Jill Williamson on January 29, 2018

I am having a book sale!  😆   The Blood of Kings paperback books are still having trouble being available at online stores like Barnes and Noble and Book Depository, much to my dismay. BUT they are available at Amazon.com and through my author store. *Does cartwheels* (I’ll post links below.) This sale is on […]

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A Reader’s map of Achan’s and Averella’s journeys through Er’Rets

Jill Williamson on January 15, 2018

I am tickled when I receive artwork inspired by my books. It’s so touching. Well, I’ve decided to start sharing them with you all more often. I figure, why should I get to be the only one to see it? Here is a map of Er’Rets drawn by Noah for his 8th grade English assignment. […]

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Trevn’s Map of Er’Rets

Jill Williamson on December 4, 2017

It has come to my attention that I never posted Trevn’s map of Er’Rets on my website for all to see. It was part of The Reluctant King ebook, so I must have been thinking of that ebook when I thought I’d already shared it with the world. So, without further excuses, here is THE […]

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My 2017 Christy Awards and Art of Writing Conference Report

Jill Williamson on November 21, 2017

When I heard that King’s Folly had finaled for this year’s Christy Awards, I was tickled pink. But I was totally not going Nashville. Gut-honest confession time: I really don’t like award ceremonies. Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t about whether or not I’ll win. It is a huge honor to be nominated, but as a total introvert, sitting […]

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The “I’m Going to Nashville” Book Sale

Jill Williamson on September 26, 2017

Last week I found out that King’s Folly is a finalist for the 2017 Christy Awards. Yay! I’m so excited and honored.  😀 In past years, the awards banquet was held during the International Christian Retail Show, but the Christy Award is now run by the The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA), so this year’s event […]

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The 2017-2018 #MyBedsideTableTBRChallenge

Jill Williamson on September 12, 2017

I have a book due in a week, so I’m constantly procrastinating. (Why I do this, I’ll never know.) Anyway… I cleaned my bedside table and commiserated over the 41 books, some of which are brand new, but some have been there for +/- five years. I thought, “Hey… I should try and read all […]

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Join My New Street Team

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I usually put together a new launch team each time I have a book coming out. Instead of doing that work over and over, I’ve decided to switch tactics and create a Street Team. What is a Street Team, you ask? Allow me to explain. My Street Team is an exclusive group specifically for readers […]

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The Reluctant King Release Day and a FREE Preview to Read!

Jill Williamson on September 5, 2017

For those of you reading the ebook parts of The Kinsman Chronicles, Part Seven, The Reluctant King, has now released! I am GIDDY to get this third book into your hands, faithful readers. I’ve been working on this trilogy for nearly four years now, and it’s going to be so fulfilling to finish strong. The […]

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Something Fabulous This Way Comes On 10-2-17

Jill Williamson on August 29, 2017

I’m gearing up to launch something new in my world that I hope many of you will enjoy. It’s specifically for writers, so it won’t appeal to everyone. But if you readers have a writer in your life, they might find some value in my new endeavor. It’s just a little over a month away, […]

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