Drank a half pot of coffee…check!
Danced around in my underwear…check!
Yes. I’m nervous, excited, pukey and sad all rolled into one. No I’m not weird at all. (sarcasm). I will also announce the winner who has successfully named the 4th Cops and Docs book. The winner will receive signed copies of Blurred Lines, Crossing Lines and Between the Lines. Yes…autographed will the Internet ever cease to be a place of wonder?
Then we have lift off! My third novel, Between the Lines, will officially be available for purchase on the Ylva-Publishing website. I have to say after reading it ten times for editing that it’s my favorite. Tonya and Haley were just as special to write about…to create just as Nora and Kelli were. Tonya and Haley’s story is just more human. It’s about relationships, loyalty and the faith people can and should have in each other.
I look forward to the careful readers who like to read about a relationship and characters built from the ground up.
I look forward to the readers who are drawn in by the story, the dialogue, the laughs and the side characters.
I look forward to the readers drawn in by the heat Tonya and Haley generates.
I look forward to the good reviews, the critical ones and even the nasty ones.
I savor all the ones I’ve already received.
Best thing ever to accidentally find on a Sunday morning!
After being strating this blog 14 months ago I have read so many amazing books. I have been given the opportunity to read pieces that I would probably never found. The coolest thing is I have found so many amazing people who love to read lesfic as much as me!
My top 10 books of 2016:
The best book of 2016 for me was Blurred Lines by KD Williamson
This one stole my heart. It was one of those books where I read it and immediately wanted to start back over a go at it again. Easily my favorite of the year.
First Position by Melissa Brayden
Ice princess plus sexy angst with some badass pirouettes. It gave me those little heart-string pulls. It’s sexy, it’s hot, it’s funny, it’s witty, it’s angsty. It was just damn good reading.
Breaking Legacies by Zoe Reed
One epic adventure with amazing characters and heart-stopping…
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It’s about that time!
Seems like it took forever, but I will send out a limited number of ARCs for Between the Lines starting today to those who sign up with a Kindle address. The list will be closed on March 14th since the book will be readily available on March 15th.
By clicking on this link you’ll sign up for my newsletter that will give you more information on how to receive the ARC.
I hope you enjoy!
I know for a fact I’m not the only writer who uses music as inspiration or to just set the mood. I used to need complete quiet to write but it hasn’t been like that for a while now.
There are certain songs that fit the characters I create including the secondary ones.
For me, there are even certain songs that are synonymous with their story.
Every scene in Between the Lines with Haley, Tonya, Tracy, Nate, Tim and so on is etched in a song on my playlist whether it’s humor, violence, sex, conflict or tragedy. The playlist is an eclectic mix and I mean that in the literal sense. It ranges from Pop, Rock, Alternative, R&B all the way to a little Bluesy. Some of it is recent and some of it isn’t.
Since Between the Lines is going to be released on March 15th, I wanted to give all of you a glimpse inside my head, which in turn will give you a glimpse of the characters. Listen to the songs and then, when you get the book listen to them again.
Feel free to voice your opinion whatever it is. I’m not shy no reason for you to be either. Here is the link to the playlist simply titled, Between The Lines. The book, which is Cops and Docs #3, is available for pre order at Ylva.
Shit is all sunshine and rainbows in my opinion, especially since I have the honor of telling you that Cops and Docs #3, Between the Lines is now available for pre-order on the Ylva Website. Guess what else? You can also read an excerpt from the book. The first couple chapters are available for perusal.
Allow me to drop one more bit of knowledge too. ARC (Advance Review Copies) will be available soon. Yeah, that’s a lot of availability…
Have a good one!
I have a good solid idea for the fourth Cops and Docs book, but I need a title. Anybody willing to help me out? I’ll pick the top three and those people will receive free ebooks of the first 3 novels (BTL not out yet but on or after March 15th it’s on). Sound good?
The title has to contain the word LINES and I will pick a winner by March 15th. That’s plenty of time so put your thinking caps on!
You can leave a comment on Facebook, Twitter, on this blog or in my email at KD Williamson
I ended up in an intense discussion on Facebook about this article. Some of the response on the blog itself is spot on in my opinion. I have to wonder if the writer saw season 1 at all or even did research to support her view point. A lot of it sounds like pure bitterness concerning Clexa and I am appalled that the coming out process seems to be belittled. I’m convinced that Alex’s story is similar to quite a few and until its safe for everyone to just be those experiences should never be panned. IMO AD’s coming out and experience was one of the best on TV considering what is and what has been out there.
The CW has been quick to smirk at its own shows, with Supergirl depicting lesbian Maggie being potentially fatally injured but her new love interest saving her life (something Clarke failed…
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