Jill Williamson

Now FREE on Kindle & iTunes: The New Recruit

We’re happy to announce that The New Recruit, by Jill Williamson, is now FREE on Kindle & iTunes!     About The New Recruit: Mission 1: Moscow Forced to choose between military school and a Christian spy organization, skeptic Spencer Garmond signs on with the Bible geeks. But before he even boards the plane for Moscow, Spencer realizes this is no Bible club. …

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Maps and Fiction

Excerpt from Storyworld First by Jill Williamson.   Ever pick up a fantasy novel and flip to the front to see if there’s a map? I do. Every time. When there’s no map, I confess, I get a little grouchy. I’m obsessed with fictional maps. I love looking at them, and once I come to love the story that takes …

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Jill and John at Salt Lake Comic Con

By Jill Williamson John W. Otte and I had never attended a comic con in our lives—let alone gone as panelists! But we managed to get ourselves on the panelists list for the second Salt Lake Comic Con, which in just two years, quickly became the third biggest con in the nation.   I’ve attended a lot of conventions, mostly …

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March Speculative News

Here is the news from around the net for the month of March: ~Melissa Turner Lee revealed the cover for her next novel, a time travel story with a romantic twist. Click to see the cover for Forever Layla and enter the giveaway for an advance copy! ~Jill Williamson has released another novella in her Mission League series: Ambushed. ~The …

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Three Marcher Lord Authors are Finalists in the Carol Awards

Just in case you missed the news this week, three Marcher Lord authors are finalists for the Carol Awards. Congratulations to Morgan L. Busse and Kathy Tyers who are finalists in the Speculative category and Jill Williamson who is a finalist in the Young Adult category. Way to go, ladies! To find out more, click on the link: Carol Finalists …

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Free Marcher Lord Books!

Jill Williamson’s By Darkness Hid is free today and tomorrow (March 4th and 5th) on the Kindle! Even if you already own it, please consider downloading it again to support Jill. The more downloads on these two days, the better! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00266Q078/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=wwwteenageaut-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B00266Q078&adid=102FNK5JPJ3JR8GKAJ6S   And while you’re at it, head over to Goodreads to enter a giveaway for Failstate:Legends by John Otte! …

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New enovella from Jill Williamson

Ever since I returned from Moscow, life is a full court press. Mission League field agents are everywhere. All the time. Watching. Waiting for me to fulfill a sixty-year-old prophecy. When some baddies try to guy-nap me, the field agents threaten to move me and Grandma Alice to some random hick town, to give us new fake identities until the …

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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It? (Episode 6)

It’s time for another installment of our fantasy talke for “Speculative Story Saturday.” And because it’s my turn (Jill) and I can’t seem to write fantasy without a map, I drew one. I left several of the Nine Ports unnamed in case other authors should choose to name one in their future episodes. If you see that I’ve forgotten something, …

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Interview with Jill Williamson

Time for another interview from wherethemapends.com: Please Welcome…Jill Williamson (*Originally posted May 2009) What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction novelist Jill Williamson  as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds.com. Jill has a passion to reach teens through ministry and art. Her fantasy novel, By Darkness Hid, was originally conceived as a YA title (i.e., for teen readers), …

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