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The Beauty of a Bad Book

There’s nothing like a good book to inspire a writer. You read an incredible story that transports you to another place, and magically, you’re unable to put the book down. 377 more words



I was working for the publisher Gerald Duckworth in the 1990s packing up books in their warehouse. I had dropped out of law, having spent two very unhappy years as an articled clerk in a city firm and started working for Duckworth when the company moved from the Old Piano Factory in Camden Town to Hoxton Square. 1,259 more words


Lit Up in the Gallery event for Culture Days

This past summer I was the event and project assistant for the Abbotsford Arts Council. You can read a brief snapshot of that experience… 630 more words


Writeworld: When a Robot Reads

Here another writeworld exercise post. Here’s the prompt from the Tumblr:

Writer’s Block
(Artist’s Tumblr)

A picture says a thousand words. Write them. 354 more words


Red Shirts: Help, I Just Killed Thirty People in One Chapter

Your fantasy novel sucks if no one dies. There, I said it. Someone has to die for a story to be a great adventure. It can be as personal as  466 more words


When Fiction Cuts So Deep It Hurts

I write a lot of fiction, but it’s time to be real about fiction for a minute. This is a story about how one movie turned my life upside-down in less than 2 hours. 848 more words

Creative Writing

Frequently Asked Questions - Or FAQ You!

What do you think your best work is?

I think my best work to date is probably CLUSTERS. It took me a year of researching and writing to get it done – which is a long time for me. 605 more words

Tm Williams